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    MsNyree is offline Member
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    Default of versus for

    Which one is correct (of or for)?


    I have talked about the benefits of attending Madison Senior High School.
    I have talked about the benefits for attending Madison Senior High School.

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    Default Re: of versus for

    "of"

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