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    "beyond" vs. "beyond of"

    I often hear "It's beyond of my mind." but also "It's beyond my comprehension." I understand both are correct. Is there any rule for using "beyond of" and just "beyond"?
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    Re: "beyond" vs. "beyond of"

    Quote Originally Posted by Rilwen View Post
    I often hear "It's beyond of my mind." but also "It's beyond my comprehension." I understand both are correct. Is there any rule for using "beyond of" and just "beyond"?
    The first utterance is not acceptable. 'Beyond of' is wrong.

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    Re: "beyond" vs. "beyond of"

    "It's beyond of my mind" is not correct.

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