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  1. james_chew_84
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    preposition

    I know nothing about discos and pubs= I"m so ignorant about pubs and dicso or I'm so ignorant at disco and pubs or I'm so ignorant of discos and pubs.



    I need the know the right preposition after the word "ignorant". Could you kindly tell me the correct preposition? Thank you.


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    Re: preposition

    http://www.onelook.com/?w=ignorant&ls=a

    I think your question should be when to use 'about' and when to use 'of'.

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