usage of "of" vs "for"

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usage of "of" vs "for"

by critter » Mon May 27, 2013 4:44 pm
Hi everyone

I am looking for a meaningful and valid generalisation on the choice of one preposition vs the other.
It appears that the internet is rather empty of advanced examples. Is it because the whole issue is in its nature idiomatic (i.e. you need to learn specific examples by heart)?

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