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    Left to or in

    There is no more interest left in the drama or to the drama.

    Kindly tell me which preposition will be followed by the word left- to or in.

    Regards.

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    Re: Left to or in

    Quote Originally Posted by sdpegasus View Post
    There is no more interest left in the drama or to the drama.

    Kindly tell me which preposition will be followed by the word left- to or in.

    Regards.
    Is this a play or a domestic dispute?

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    Re: Left to or in

    Play (Dr. Faustus)

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    Re: Left to or in

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    Play (Dr. Faustus)
    I would use "in".

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