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Have you read the humorous stories _ the Panchatantra?

  • It is "stories from the Panchatantra". – Kris Feb 24 '14 at 12:06
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Without knowing if the Panchatantra is a book or a place or a people, I'd go with 'of' although 'in' might work too. 'About' would mean the Panchatantra were the subject of the stories, not the source.

By the way, are you taking a grammar test right now? Doing homework questions? If so, I'll tell you you're not doing yourself any favors by not learning this stuff yourself.

  • Panchatantra is a book. – Surabhi Mehrotra Feb 24 '14 at 6:28
  • I am practising for my english exam tomorrow. – Surabhi Mehrotra Feb 24 '14 at 6:29
  • I just want to clear my doubts so that I am well prepared for my exam tomorrow :) – Surabhi Mehrotra Feb 24 '14 at 6:30
  • OK, no offense meant. If that's a book, I would say 'in' because it a part of the story of the book. – Elijah Feb 24 '14 at 6:47

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