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    Right preposition

    What should i write? Is it "in preparation of" or "in preparation for?"

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    Re: Right preposition

    Depends!

    I am in the process of the preparation of class materials for my students.

    You see? Think of "for" as a reason (for the preparation).

    I have finished the preparation (why) for my class.

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