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    #1

    in, of or for ??? , got or have got?

    Hi,

    Which sentences are more correct?



    Sentence1:
    I am happy with the result in my BSc. I got a merit.

    Sentence2:
    I am happy with the result for my BSc. I got a merit.

    Sentence3:
    I am happy with the result of my BSc. I got a merit.

    Sentence4:
    I am happy with the result in my BSc. I have got a merit.

    Sentence5:
    I am happy with the result for my BSc. I have got a merit.

    Sentence6:
    I am happy with the result of my BSc. I have got a merit.



    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: in, of or for ??? , got or have got?

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Which sentences are more correct?


    Sentence1:
    I am happy with the result in my BSc. I got a merit.

    Sentence2:
    I am happy with the result for my BSc. I got a merit.

    Sentence3:
    I am happy with the result of my BSc. I got a merit.

    Sentence4:
    I am happy with the result in my BSc. I have got a merit.

    Sentence5:
    I am happy with the result for my BSc. I have got a merit.

    Sentence6:
    I am happy with the result of my BSc. I have got a merit.

    Thanks
    (Not a teacher)

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