The word "environment" and prepositions

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To express that an environment is an ideal place for excelling, are both of these correct?1) "... an ideal environment for me to excel."2) "... an ideal environment in which I could excel."

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1) You are stating that you can excel the environment and not yourself. 2) That phrase is correct.

link comment answered Apr 20 at 04:19 Bennett Howse New member

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