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    #1

    study for/prepare for

    A: Are you busy right now?
    B: Yes, I am studying for/preparing for the coming examinations.

    I would like to know whether "studying for and preparing for " have similiar meaning.


    Thanks for your help.

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    #2

    Re: study for/prepare for

    They have a similar meaning in this context.

    Rover

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