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    difference between "at" and "to", "for" and "to"

    Could you please tell me which answer(s) is/are correct? If there are multiple answers, could you let me know the difference?
    1. He always stands ______ the hill for sightseeing.
    A. at the top of B. at top of C. on the top of D. on top of
    2. There is a wood ______ the hill.
    A. at the top of B. at top of C. on the top of D. on top of
    2. Electricity is essential ______ modern industry.
    A. to B. for
    I am here waiting for your answers and explanations. They are really helpful.
    Last edited by xxwzs; 11-Feb-2015 at 11:13. Reason: spacing

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    Re: difference between "at" and "to", "for" and "to"

    Please answer the following question first.
    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    What is the purpose of this exercise?
    Not a teacher.

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