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    • Join Date: Feb 2009
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    #1

    Exclamation try on vs try ... on

    Hello there.

    Is there any difference?

    My mother tried her coat on.
    My mother tried on her coat.

    Please help me!

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    Re: try on vs try ... on

    Both are good. However, leaving the preposition "on" to the end shows a bit less foresight, less concentration, so some people still think it sounds less correct.

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