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Regarding uses of prepositions.

 
 
Razer
 
Reply Tue 30 Nov, 2010 02:47 pm
Sentence 1: I've to tweet to you from/with a new profile.

My question 1: What preposition would be grammatical correct to use in the sentence? I'm confused between from and with. Or none of them will come?!

Another question.

Sentence 2: I read your testimonial on/about Churchil.

My question 2: Same preposition confusion.What preposition would be grammatical correct to use in the sentence, "on", "about" or some other?

Thanks and regards Smile
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Mame
 
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Reply Tue 30 Nov, 2010 04:54 pm
Sentence 1: I've to tweet to you from/with a new profile.

I'd like to tweet you with a new profile.

Or none of them will come?!

No, "Or neither of them will do?"

Another question.

Sentence 2: I read your testimonial on/about Churchil.

My question 2: Same preposition confusion.What preposition would be grammatical correct to use in the sentence, "on", "about" or some other?

Both are correct.
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Razer
 
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Reply Wed 15 Dec, 2010 12:00 pm
Thanks for answering my question Mame. But what if the sentence is not altered, would still the preposition "with" be correct in the first sentence?

Regards
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