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  1. LOll
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    prepositions

    Hi teachers,

    Could you tell me which preposition should I use in these following sentences.

    1. As you will see (in/from) my CV. My guess is 'from'
    2. (Upon/With) reference to your advertisement... I wonder if 'upon' is a preposition?
    3. Lady Carolina is (in/on ) the train going to Maine. my guess would be 'on'

    thanks in advance for your help

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    Exclamation Re: prepositions

    Quote Originally Posted by LOll View Post
    Hi teachers,

    Could you tell me which preposition should I use in these following sentences.

    1. As you will see (in/from) my CV. My guess is 'from' your guess is correct.
    2. (Upon/With) reference to your advertisement... I wonder if 'upon' is a preposition?The appropriate prep is 'with', 'upon' is a preposition
    3. Lady Carolina is (in/on ) the train going to Maine. my guess would be 'on' both can be used.

    thanks in advance for your help
    mrm

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