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Hi. Do you think writing these differently is better?

1. We share, discuss, and promote the development of better speaking skills for young children.
2. We have gathered a group of musicians who play jazz, dance, or popular modern music.

Are these prepositions correct?

I have attached his abstract for/of his plenary address.
We are going to have a meeting in Room 15 of/in XXX University.
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AnonymousHi. Do you think writing these differently is better? What does the question imply itself?

1. We share, discuss, and promote the development of better speaking skills for young children.
2. We have gathered a group of musicians who play jazz, dance, or popular modern music.

Are these prepositions correct?

I have attached his abstract for/of to his plenary address.
We are going to have a meeting in Room 15 of/ in *** University.

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twinstarSimled to herself, she put the Sunday newspaper on Simon's desk. What is that?
is this correct or not ?

Knowing how much she liked flowers, he bought her a large bunch of white roses.

When Noticing that the front door was open, he went inside to investigate.

Having so much money didn't always make him particularly happy.

[As soon as he realised]/Realising he had left his umbrella at home, he decided to go back and get it.