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    on, of, or for



    When you are asking some to look at something, do you say on, of or for?

    Example: Take out the handout on organ donations, of organ donations, or for organ donations?

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    Re: on, of, or for

    Quote Originally Posted by MsNyree View Post

    When you are asking someone to look at something, do you say on, of or for?

    Example: Take out the handout on organ donations, of organ donations, or for organ donations?
    All three are acceptable, although 'of' might not fit the circumstances. You could also use 'about', 'relating to'.

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