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Can I say,

(a) He was amazed with / by / at the variety of sarees.

(b) The prices of saree are so reasonable.

(c) She wanted to buy a set of sarees because they were so beautiful.

(d) On the 4 day / 4th day / On Day 4, they went to National Muzeum.
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Vincent TeoCan I say,

(a) He was amazed with / by / at the variety of sarees.

(b) The prices of sarees are so reasonable.

(c) She wanted to buy a set of sarees because they were so beautiful.

(d) On the 4 day / 4th day / On Day 4, they went to the National Museum.
Otherwise ok
Feebs11
Vincent Teo
(a) He was amazed with / by / at the variety of sarees.

He was amazed with / by / at the variety of sarees.

I would like to know whether 'amazed with' is correct.
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Is that wrong? "amazed with"?
Vincent TeoIs that wrong? "amazed with"?
"amazed with" is wrong.
Can you tell me why it is wrong? It is a usage I recognize:

I am amazed with all the selection available.
You will be amazed with the choice offered.
They will be increasingly amazed with what can be done.
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You may find it in informal or sloppy or informal speech, but, as I have said before, strictly speaking, one is amazed "at" or "by" things.

Many native English speakers get prepositions wrong. For example, many people say they are "bored of" something, when they should say that they are bored with something. (One can be bored with a person or TV show or film, i.e. one has a feeling in oneself, or one can be bored by them, i.e. an experience or series of experiences was tedious.)
Can I say,

(d) On the day 4 / On day 4, they went to National Muzeum.
Vincent Teo
Can I say,

(d) On the day 4 / On day 4, they went to National Muzeum.

Didn't you notice Feebs' reply to you as follows?

(d) On the 4 day / 4th day / On Day 4, they went to the National Museum.

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