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    What is the correct preposition

    What is the correct preposition for the following sentence?

    For/to a guy like me, who is capabale of speaking english this fluently, that test will be no-brainer.

    By the way, Can I change the above sentence this way?

    Speaking english this fluently, Fo/to a guy like me that test will be no-brainer.
    Thanks.

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    Re: What is the correct preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    What is the correct preposition for the following sentence?

    For/to (use either) a guy like me, who is capable of speaking English this fluently, that test will be a no-brainer.

    By the way, can I change the above sentence this way?

    Speaking English this fluently, for/to (either) a guy like me that test will be a no-brainer. Yes, you can.

    Thanks.
    Rover

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