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    #1

    Question Preposition

    Dear friends,

    I want to say that I have selected X area to apply a proposed methodology there. Should I use a preposition such as to at the end of the following sentence or it is not necessary?
    "X area was selected as a case study to apply the proposed methodology to/for/there/nothing."

    Thanks,
    Bahar

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    Re: Preposition

    I'd use 'to'.

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