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Please can anyone tell me from the following sentences which one is(/are)correct and possibly the reason for which the others are incorrect(Don't need to elaborate,just a line or two should do.).Thanks in advance.

Example one: 1.He was one of the best player last week.
2.He was one of the best player in the last week.
3.He was one of the best player of the last week.

Example two: 1.He likes to keep the ball at his feet and do some trickery.
2.He likes to keep the ball to his feet and do some trickery.
3.He likes to keep the ball on his feet and do some trickery.
4.He likes to keep the ball in his feet and do some trickery.

Example three: 1.It snows here every year in December.
2.It snows here every year in the December.

Example four: 1.He has done some excellent jobs.
2.He has done an excellent job.

Example five: 1. Barcelona are the best club in the world. 2. Barcelona is the best club in the world

asked Aug 30 '12 at 00:22 Azhar New member

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:)Well, we will see that in the CL. And thank you very much for taking your time and answering my questions. I just have one more question regarding the first example,I often hear people saying, "Here is a list of some good movies of(/in) the last year or in(/of)last 2 years".Is is incorrect then? Because,"Here is a list of some good movies last year or last 2 years" doesn't sound OK to me. Also is it correct to say "Here is a list of some good movies from last year or from (the)last 2 years"

link comment answered Aug 30 '12 at 01:27 Azhar New member
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Sorry,that was a typing mistake;it should be,Is it correct then? Actually what I intended to ask is whether it is OK to use in/of/from in the following doted(....) place or no preposition is required at all."Here is a list of some good movies (....)the last year".Because "Here is a list of some good movies last year"doesn't sound OK to me. Thanks a lot again.

link comment answered Aug 30 '12 at 01:51 Azhar New member

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