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    #1

    preposition

    Which one is correct?
    Is there any room on rent near here?

    Or

    Is there any room for rent near here ?

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    #2

    Re: preposition

    I would say: "Is there a room for rent nearby?"
    Note: "on rent" is incorrect in your sentence.

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