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    a prerequisite of / for / to joining

    Do you cops learn innuendo during your probationary year or is it a prerequisite of joining?

    Hi,

    I came across the sentence above today when looking up a word with a dictionary.

    Do you think the sentences below are also idiomatic?

    1.
    Do you cops learn innuendo during your probationary year or is it a prerequisite for joining?

    2.
    Do you cops learn innuendo during your probationary year or is it a prerequisite to joining?

    I think that 1 is a bit unnatural while 2 sounds natural.

    Thanks in advance.

    Last edited by taked4700; 25-Mar-2013 at 17:07.

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