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    • Join Date: Jul 2009
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    #1

    a place to/for

    Dear teachers,

    I don't know which preposition I should use in the the following sentence:

    - Conferences provide associations with a common place for meeting, sharing best practices, and networking.

    or

    - Conferences provide associations with a common place to meet, share best practices, and networking.

    Thank you very much.


    • Join Date: Mar 2009
    • Posts: 248
    #2

    Re: a place to/for

    The first sentence is perfect. In the second sentence , make the last word "network"; then you'll have two perfect sentences.
    (I wish I could speak Spanish half as well as you speak English.)

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