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Hello everyone,

Could you please tell me which one the prepositions "of, for or to" is correct?

Could you please give me the key of/to/for my room?

Context: When you stay in a hotel, you will be given a room in it, and you will get the key to lock the room after you leave it and open it when you come back. In some hotels, the receptionist asks you to leave the key there when you leave the hotel. When you come back, you will ask the receptionist to give you the key.

Regards,

Joseph

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Joseph ACould you please give me the key of/to/for my room?

It's "to" if you must put it that way. I would probably ask for my room key or simply my key.

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anonymousIt's "to" if you must put it that way. I would probably ask for my room key or simply my key.
Thanks a lot, anonymous.
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CalifJimkey to my roomSee ToCJ
Thanks a lot, CalifJim.