得閒人 發問於 社會及文化語言 · 1 十年前

what prepostition should i use ...

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The course will offer exemption in mathematic, from the Institute of Engineering

The course will offer exemption in mathematic, of the Institute of Engineering

hi, should I use "from" or "of" before the "Institute of Engineering

"?

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  • 1 十年前
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    I would rather put it like this:

    The course will offer exemption from mathematics under the Institute of Engineering.

    exempt + from (免除,豁免)

    Please understand the course will offer exemption from mathematics.

    The course will NOT offer exemption from the Institute of Engineering.

    And, it is the course under the Institute of Engineering.

    資料來源: My own thought - may not be 100% correct
  • 1 十年前

    I think you should use "by" as the preposition.

    資料來源: my opinion
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