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    #1

    Demand for/reason for/worthy of/taste in

    Hello.

    Could you please check if my choices are correct? The examples are from the book ''A Good Turn of Phrase'' by James Milton.

    A little or no demand about/for.
    A or the reason of/for.
    Worthy of/for sth.
    Sb's taste in/at sth.

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    Re: Demand for/reason for/worthy of/taste in

    1.There is little or no demand for that.
    2. What is the reason for that?
    3. She is worthy of our admiration.
    4. Her taste in clothing is horrible.
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