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    Cool usage of firm as a adjective

    is this sentence correct

    i am very firm with my ideas

    my problem is that is with the correct preposition...or else wich is the correct one

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    Re: usage of firm as a adjective

    I am very firm in my ideas. I am rigid in my thinking


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    Re: usage of firm as a adjective

    thank u

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