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    #1

    preference

    Which of these expressions is correct:
    \your preference goes out for
    your preference goes to


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    #2

    Re: preference

    It would be good to have more context.

    However, the usual way of saying what I think you want is

    "Your preference is for.....".

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    Re: preference

    Thanks

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