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PREPOSITIONS AND THE OBJECTIVE CASE
Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.
Don't forget that prepositions always take the objective case. Don't say
"Between you and I"; say "Between you and me"
Two prepositions should not govern one objective unless there is an
immediate connection between them. "He was refused admission to and
forcibly ejected from the school" should be "He was refused admission to
the school and forcibly ejected from it."
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