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    ''splattered the walls of the hut''

    Hello again. Does it matter to put prepositions as in/at right of the verb to splatter? Thank you
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    Re: ''splattered the walls of the hut''

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamRota View Post
    Hello again. Does it matter to put prepositions as in/at right of the verb to splatter? Thank you

    Do you mean "Should we put a preposition ("in" or "at") after the verb "to splatter"?"

    If so, the answer is no. The phrase is fine as it is.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: ''splattered the walls of the hut''

    And if you want to on to say what the walls are splattered with, the preposition to use is ...er... 'with'.

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    Last edited by 5jj; 23-Jan-2013 at 17:41.

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