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    helpful to/for

    Could you please help me to use a correct preposition?
    "That knowledge will be helpful to my study."
    "That knowledge will be helpful for my study."

    Which preposition is correct? To or for?

    Thanks.

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    Re: helpful to/for

    Quote Originally Posted by kite View Post
    Could you please help me to use a correct preposition?
    "That knowledge will be helpful to my study."
    "That knowledge will be helpful for my study."

    Which preposition is correct? To or for?

    Thanks.
    Either works, but I prefer "for".

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