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Please anyone suggest some good websites which give tips on the usage of prepositions on a daily or weekly basis.

I have doubts regarding usage of prepositions in many contexts. So wanted to know a general website which would help.

I am a software programmer and i get many doubts regarding the usage of prepsitions many times while discussing on forums.

For example: I am not sure of a sentence like "Is this conference only for android developers or anyone without a prior knowledge of/in android coding can attend? "

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closed as off topic by kiamlaluno, aedia λ, Jasper Loy, simchona, waiwai933 Nov 2 '11 at 14:28

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A possible approach is to Google both phrases, e.g. "knowledge of coding" and "knowledge in coding", and see what occurs more often. – rems Nov 2 '11 at 10:14

You can also search Grammar Girl for your questions.

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