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    #1

    the Shakespeare of/in our class.

    Hi,

    *self-made sentence*

    - He always used such sophisticated words that he was considered to be the Shakespeare of/in our class.

    I have difficulty in deciding which one to take - ''in'' or ''of.'' Could you please tell me which one I should use?

    Thanks.
    Last edited by ademoglu; 15-May-2015 at 08:50. Reason: so - such amended

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    Re: the Shakespeare of/in our class.

    Change 'so' to 'such' and say 'the Shakespeare of our class'.

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