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Sentence: "I am glad to know that you have added four new anti-virus participants in your test for/of the best anti-virus."

My question: Which preposition, for or of, would be correct in the sentence mentioned above ?

***My own sense is both would be correct but I'm getting confused by their meanings. That's why I'm seeking your help. So please answer this question along with the meaning that the preposition would make.

Thanks
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Hi,

If by 'participants', they mean the companies that sell the products, in my opinion it would be better to say something like '4 new participant vendors / companies'.

The word 'participant' also sugges the companies are actually doing something during the testing.

Clive
CliveHi,

If by 'participants', they mean the companies that sell the products, in my opiiom it would be better to say something like '4 new participant vendors / companies'.

The word 'participant' also sugges the companies are actually doing something during the testing.

Clive

Thanks for that very important comment. Emotion: smile
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