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  1. luk_dabrowski
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    The difference in using "in" and "of"

    Hi,
    I'd like to ask what is the general rule when you use "of" and "in".

    Thanks in advance!

    Best regards,
    luk_dabrowski

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    Re: The difference in using "in" and "of"

    Hi luk_dabrowski

    It depends on the context. Would you have a few examples of the phrases that you are finding problematic?


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