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    #1

    Of VS about

    There is the food of supper for us to eat.
    There is the weapon about how to flight the enemy.

    Do both of words "of" and "about" use correctly?

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    Re: Of VS about

    Neither is correct.

    There is food for us to eat for supper.
    There is a weapon to fight the enemy.

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    #3

    Re: Of VS about

    Quote Originally Posted by Polyester View Post
    There is the food of supper for us to eat.
    There is the weapon about how to flight the enemy.

    Are the words "of" and "about" used correctly?
    Bhai.

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