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    #1

    I heard from my friend Mr Smith of the vacancy of

    Hi,


    Question:

    Which sentence is correct?

    Sentence1:
    It was with particular interest that I heard from my friend Mr Smith of the vacancy of a graduate trainee.

    Sentence2:
    It was with particular interest that I heard from my friend of the vacancy of a graduate trainee.

    Sentence3:
    It was with particular interest that I heard from Mr Smith of the vacancy of a graduate trainee.

    Thanks

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    Re: I heard from my friend Mr Smith of the vacancy of

    They would all be correct if you changed 'vacancy of' to 'vacancy for'.

    Rover

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