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    take care of/for/with

    Hi, everyone.
    I wonder which preposition works best and which prepositions are acceptable in the following sentence:
    You should take more care of/for/with the accuracy and style of the English you're writing.
    Thanks a lot.
    Please notify me of any mistakes in my posts. It is much appreciated.

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    Re: take care of/for/with

    Of the given options, only "with" works for me. You could also use "over".

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