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    right preposition after Rental (help!!)

    1. please pay off the rental for February
    2. Please pay off the rental of February
    3. being in payment of the rental for February
    4. being in payment of the rental of February

    pLease comment whether they are using the right preposition after the word 'rental'.
    Last edited by marieuni; 26-Mar-2009 at 03:56.

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    Re: right preposition after Rental

    Quote Originally Posted by marieuni View Post

    1. Please pay the rent for February.
    2. Please pay the February rent.

    Please comment on whether they are using the right preposition after the word 'rental.'
    Done!

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    Re: right preposition after Rental

    Yes, rental is usually an adjective. I lived in Hong Kong for years, however, and know how strange those British were with their conveyancing lingo (I can say this because I have a British passport, and a British mother).

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    Re: right preposition after Rental

    thank you for your comments!

    i know 'rent' is the suitable form. I change my mind since a British wrote to me with the word 'rental' in letter as quoted above.

    you just gave me comments on two parts. How's the other sentenses?

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