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    Hi there!

    Can you, please, help me out with the prepositions here "On the basis of this analysis the author introduces a draft of the lesson of teaching English to the beginners". I am quite positive about the second one, but the first sounds somewhat awkward. Perhaps I should use for instead?

    Is everything allright with the articles here?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Prepositions

    I would write: "On the basis of this analysis, the author introduced a draft of an English lesson for beginners". "All right" should be two words.

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