The word "environment" and prepositions


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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