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    #1

    preposition

    Hi,
    Is that the correct way to use this preposition....good luck on/to/with/ your exams...thanks in advance

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    #2

    Re: preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by xuanhoang View Post
    Hi,
    Is that the correct way to use this preposition....good luck on(something)/to(somebody)/with(something:means"deal with"/somebody:means "get on with")/ (on/with)your exams
    r.
    not a teacher


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    #3

    Re: preposition

    Normally the phrase will be "Good luck with your exams".
    You can also say "Good luck to you in your exams".

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