Student or Learner
I wonder which is the better choice (of or for) in the following:
If you are so angry that you find yourself at a loss of/for words ...
Are both 'of' and 'for' all right here? If yes, any difference?
Thank you very much.
That's interesting because if you check the following link, you will find 519 hits for 'at a loss of words'.
But if you're going to use Google, at least search for English (language) websites written by English-speaking people. Anyone can post bad English on the 'net, whether they can use the language properly or not.