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    Preposition ‘through’ usage

    I ran into the sentence:
    With a single sweep of his sword, he cut through the rope.
    Is it possible to drop the preposition ‘through’?
    With a single sweep of his sword, he cut the rope.

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    Re: Preposition ‘through’ usage

    Yes.

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