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Review on something or review of something?
I come across both versions (and "review about" too), which one is correct?
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Probably 'of', but we need more context—at least a full sentence.
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For example , review on book or review of book?
Here : www.nybooks.com Reviews OF Books
but here:
http://www.productreview.com.au / Reviews ON products and services.
It seems to me that Of is used more often, but...which version sounds correct for a native speaker?
Thank you in advance!
DaryaLi but...which version sounds correct for a native speaker?
Both of those sound fine to me.

Not explained yet,

e.g. Yahoo auto website offers reviews on/of/about BMW cars

Which one is correct?

Best regards.

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anonymousNot explained yet

There is none; just learn your collocations.

anonymousYahoo auto website offers reviews on/of/about BMW cars Which one is correct?

The Yahoo auto website offers reviews of BMW cars.

Try to use SkELL tool, the online interface based on 1-billion-corpus (a large collection of texts enriched with information about PoS tag etc.) which shows that most frequent preposition with "review" is "of". See http://skell.sketchengine.co.uk/run.cgi/concordance?lpos=&query=review+of

Also, the collocation search (word sketch) shows only relations with used "of", see http://skell.sketchengine.co.uk/run.cgi/wordsketch?lpos=&query=review (click on Context toggle switch).

It's a app that I want to review
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Review on the movie or review of the movie

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