because people speak English
I always messed with 'of' vs'for' preposition combination and 'in' vs 'on'
can u pls explain with example?
tomorrow we will work on eng club
tomorrow we will work in eng club
which one is correct ?what is the different those 2
exactly where should we use of and for in sentence?
Well, preposition is one of the most difficult issue while learning English, as I read from an article. Right now, while replying your discussion, I'm not quite sure if I use the right preposition in "read from an article" :))
There are many grammar books which summarize the uses of prepositions for us, however, besides reading those books, you should read and listen a lot, so that you'll know how to use preposition naturally - that's the best way, I think. I myself also struggle with prepositions, so many times I couldn't decide which preposition to use :D
In your example, I think the first sentence is more likely to be correct, as "on" is often used with things related to Internet, if I remember correctly.