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    #1

    Unhappy Which preposition to choose?

    I should give up or give away some of my old clothes, there isn't enough wardrobe space at home anymore.

    give up- because to stop having sth.
    give away- because to give sth free of charge
    Which is the most correct.

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    Re: Which preposition to choose?

    Give away- give them to a charity shop, etc

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