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    students of / in / from ABC School

    Hi,

    Question:
    Should I use "of, in or from" in my sentence?

    Sentence:
    Most of the people who join this event are the students of / in /from the ABC School.

    Thanks

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    Re: students of / in / from ABC School

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Question:
    Should I use "of, in or from" in my sentence?

    Sentence:
    Most of the people who join this event are the students of / in /from the ABC School.

    Thanks
    You can use any of them here. In this context "in" might be used less frequently, but it is perfectly fine to use it.

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