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    confused preposition

    What is better? And please state why.

    Do you wanna be a consultant in/of/for HRM departement?

    Thanks.

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    Re: confused preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by drifter View Post
    What is better? And please state why.

    Do you wanna be a consultant in/of/for HRM departement?

    Thanks.

    Firstly drifter, "wanna" is very bad written English, "want to" can sometimes be pronounced that way, but not written, except in reported speech in literature etc.
    For your question, one could be a consultant in/of or for the HRM department, it depends on the context.

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