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    Being new in the business, the staff are a little slow at preparing.

    Being new in the business, the staff are a little slow at preparing.
    Being new in the business, the staff are a little slow in preparing.

    What is the correct preposition to be used?

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    Re: Being new in the business, the staff are a little slow at preparing.

    Quote Originally Posted by wilbertjim View Post
    Being new in the business, the staff are a little slow at preparing.
    Being new in the business, the staff are a little slow in preparing.

    What is the correct preposition to be used?
    Probably "at". Preparing what?

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