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    Post Let me congratulate you your success. Right Answer?

    I am not advance in English and doing preparation for competitive exam. This question is from bank exam and there is option also


    1. at
    2. for
    3. with
    4. by


    I think for is the right answer but not sure about it.

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    Re: Let me congratulate you your success. Right Answer?

    Quote Originally Posted by dhruvverma10 View Post
    This question is from a bank exam. and there is option also

    I am not advanced in English and doing preparation I am preparing __________ competitive an exam.


    1. at
    2. for
    3. with
    4. by


    I think "for" is the right answer but I'm not sure. about it.
    Welcome to the forum.

    See above for how you should have laid out your post.
    The only correct preposition before "an exam" in this context is "for". However, if you're sure you copied the question accurately, it was a poor question because it was very badly worded.

    Why is your question completely different from the one in your title?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Let me congratulate you your success. Right Answer?

    I assume that dhruvverma was telling us in the post something about her/himself and about the question in the title, which was the question to be answered - let me congratulate you on your success.

    In future posts,dhruvverma, ask the actual question in the post itself.

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    Re: Let me congratulate you your success. Right Answer?

    Ah, thanks, Piscean. Since none of the choices given fitted in the gap in the title, I assumed it was an unconnected question.

    Dhruvverma, as you can now see, this is a terrible question from the bank exam. The only word that works is "on" but that wasn't one of your choices! I feel very sorry for anyone taking the exam.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Let me congratulate you your success. Right Answer?

    Unbelievable!

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