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    propersition words

    Is there a difference between these sentences in meaning?
    A) She often lives in her imaginations.
    B) She often lives on her imaginations.
    C) She often lives beyond her imaginations.

    Please help. Thanks.

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    Re: propersition words

    I would go with 1, but change "imaginations" to the singular.

    The other 2 don't mean much to me.

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    Re: propersition words

    Welcome to the forum.

    Presumably, in your title you meant to write "prepositions". Check your spelling before you post.

    I agree with all of Mike's points.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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