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Which of the following sentences is correct grammatically ?

  1. Can I know the procedure for booking rooms in the department, for Teaching Assistant(TA) to hold office hours.
  2. Can I know the procedure for booking rooms in the department for Teaching Assistant(TA) to hold office hours.
  3. Can I know the procedure for booking rooms in the department by Teaching Assistant(TA) to hold office hours.
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    Strictly speaking none of them are correct. It should be "for a Teaching Assistant(TA) to..." and each should end with a question mark. – KillingTime Feb 13 at 6:06
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    OP, maybe write the words in question with bold letters, so they pop more out of the sentence. – A. Kvåle Feb 13 at 8:27
  • @KillingTime Thank you, after sometime i did exactly that. I didnt get stack notifications in time to check your comments. – StrawhatLuffy Feb 14 at 10:04
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Use "for" when something is being done to benefit something or someone else or when you are trying to express purpose or the reason that something is happening. In your case, the first sentence expresses the reason why you want to book rooms in the department, and also the comma, which makes a separation between the purpose and the reason.

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