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the first step of or in?

 
 
Reply Wed 26 Apr, 2017 07:23 pm
1. the first step of the process is cut off all ties.
3. the first step in the process is cut off all ties.

are both acceptable? which sounds best to you in this given sentence?

thanks.
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Reply Wed 26 Apr, 2017 08:40 pm
@perennialloner,
perennialloner wrote:

1. the first step of the process is cut off all ties.
3. the first step in the process is cut off all ties.

are both acceptable? which sounds best to you in this given sentence?

thanks.


Both are acceptable. No one would really fault you for using either one. But the first one sounds better.
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Reply Thu 27 Apr, 2017 06:16 am
the first step in the process is to cut off all ties.
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