Student or Learner
could you please tell me whether three prepositions are necessary in the following sentence:
The contractor shall not use any information derived from his services for, to or with the company to compete with or work with a competitor of the company.
"Services provided to the company" and "for the company" - doesn´t it mean the same? And "with the company" - meaning in the premises of the company?
Thank you very much.
You are right.
I feel that the use of the prepositions 'to' and 'with' are redundant in sentence you have cited.
G S Reddy