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    for or of (preposition)

    Hi, teachers

    I wonder which is better between the underlined prepositions "for" and "of" in the next sentence.

    TV ads for / of products aimed at children are increasing.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: for or of (preposition)

    I would use "for."

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