I would have expected "for young and old".Source: Top Notch 3
Was the sentence wrong?
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/for+good+reasonI couldn’t find the meaning in any dictionaries.
That's right. Do you know why it's required?I missed: “the”. :roll:
I looked up some dictionaries to be sure if "of" could be used appropriately or not. But, all of them used "for". I thought books couldn't make such mistakes though, so I memorized the sentence with "of".I would have expected "for young and old".
Your definition is much better than the link's. :shock::up:
Because we already know which part we are talking about. It is obvious for us.That's right. Do you know why it's required?