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  • date unknown
Are you in favour or against that policy?
  • date unknown
linked to #177726
  • Swift
  • Apr 28th 2010, 15:01
linked to #383467
linked to #474104
linked to #737603
linked to #737605
linked to #826980
Are you in favor of or against that policy?
linked to #1573324
linked to #2343811
linked to #2343813
linked to #2343814
  • Silja
  • Jul 11th 2014, 16:25
linked to #3373342
linked to #3698840

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Sentence #16578

eng
Are you in favor of or against that policy?

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Comments

McDutchie
Apr 6th 2011, 16:12
This sentence is ungrammatical. It should be possible to remove "or against" and still have a grammatical sentence, but "Are you in favour that policy?" lacks an "of". Also, "in favour" is formal and "against" is informal. I don't think it's very proper to mix these styles.

Suggestions: Are you in favour of that policy or opposed to it? Are you for or against that policy?

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