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    • Join Date: Sep 2006
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    I would like to know the difference in the meaning between "of(1)" and "of(2)".

    1. He has the annoying habit of questioning everything I say.
    2. He has diverse experience of having worked with Public & Private Companies in U.S.A., U.K.

  1. Eric Davis's Avatar

    • Join Date: Feb 2010
    • Posts: 86

    Re: of

    I'm not a teacher, but I believe both are serving as prepositions, modifying the nouns that precede them. I will watch this post to see whether I am wrong.


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