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    Are the prepositions all correct here: Can I have the keys to/for garage.

    Are the prepositions all correct here:

    Can I have the keys to/for garage.

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    Re: Are the prepositions all correct here: Can I have the keys to/for garage.

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman45 View Post
    Are the prepositions both correct here?

    Can I have the keys to/for the garage?
    With the above corrections, they are both correct.

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