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    #1

    Cool of or in or ....

    Hi,

    Do yo say "Good knowledge in English" or "good knowledge of English"?

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    Re: of or in or ....

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    Re: of or in or ....

    NOT A TEACHER

    Only good knowledge of English is correct. You could have answered this question, if you looked up "knowledge". See for example, knowledge - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online. Since, "knowlegde in" doesn't occur, it is incorrect. I'm just saying

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