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    natural for or natural of

    "It's natural for him to help other people." Is it possible "natural of him"?

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    Re: natural for or natural of

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "It's natural for him to help other people." Is it possible "natural of him"?
    No, that doesn't work. You could say "It's typical of him..."

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