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Is 'on', or 'to', of'of' required after the phase of ' have no problem'?

 
 
ymtam
 
Reply Sat 21 Aug, 2010 09:12 pm
When should prepositions like 'on', 'of', to...

which one is correct?
I have no problem on getting the proposal approved.
I have no problem getting the proposal approved.
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Roberta
 
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Reply Sat 21 Aug, 2010 09:16 pm
@ymtam,
The preposition for "I have no problem" is "with."

I have no problem with getting the proposal approved.
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jgweed
 
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Reply Sun 22 Aug, 2010 06:22 am
@ymtam,
The informal idiom is "problem with" in the sense of having no serious objection to something. This is a reflection of attitude. However, if you mean that you have the necessary votes (say) to get the proposal passed, then you would want to say "I have no problem getting the proposal approved," or better: "I will have no problem getting the proposal approved (when the vote is taken)."
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