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    #1

    in/over/for the last few years

    Let's consider the following sentence:


    Over/for/in
    the last few years, several hundred houses have been sold in the area.


    Which preposition is correct?


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    Re: in/over/for the last few years

    Either "over" or "in" would work.

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