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    preposition 2

    ---- the past few decades South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong have achieved the fastest rates ---- economic growth the world has ever seen.


    A) Within / at
    B) During / of
    C) In / over
    D) After / in
    E) Over / about

    Which one is correct?

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    Re: preposition 2

    Hello Trex, welcome to Using English!

    Would you like to try first? Then we'll check your answer.

    All the best,

    MrP

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    Re: preposition 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    ---- the past few decades South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong have achieved the fastest rates ---- economic growth the world has ever seen.


    A) Within / at
    B) During / of
    C) In / over
    D) After / in
    E) Over / about

    Which one is correct?
    Hi, Mr Pedantic. I think B is correct, but I wonder whether

    - the fastes rates at economic growth
    - the fastest rates in economic growth

    are possible to use.

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    Re: preposition 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Hi, Mr Pedantic. I think B is correct, but I wonder whether

    - the fastes rates at economic growth
    - the fastest rates in economic growth

    are possible to use.
    I agree with your choice of B.

    One could use "in" in the second part.

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    Re: preposition 2

    Thank you, Mike.

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    Re: preposition 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Trex View Post
    Thank you, Mike.
    You're welcome.

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