[Grammar] Of & For

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wannaknow

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It's wrong for a lawyer to be thinking of honesty.

OR

It's wrong of a lawyer to be thinking of honesty.


Which of these is right and why???
 

Rover_KE

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They are both grammatically correct.

Where did you read this odd remark?

Use only one question mark at a time.

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