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  1. Yourjones
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    what prep to use here?

    Hi,

    My daughter loves dragon fruit.

    1. Should I say "She is holding the spoon by/at/in here"? Or this is not the right expression at all?
    2. Is she holding a spoon/spoonful of dragon fruit?

    Thanks!
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    Re: what prep to use here?

    She is holding a spoonful of dragon fruit.

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