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Hello. I will be very grateful for your help.
1)Does the following sentence sound natural English: "someone fired a mortar at a building just 100 meters away from my house"?
2)Which preposition is correct in the phrase: "the bank account is opened at/ with OTP Bank"?
Thank you very much.

asked by Nalmi
  1. All are correct. We can use either at or with in the second sentence.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. 1)Does the following sentence sound natural English: "someone fired a mortar at a building just 100 meters away from my house"?
    OK, if you capitalize the S on the first word.

    2)Which preposition is correct in the phrase: "the bank account is opened at/ with OTP Bank"?
    Neither, unless you change the tense of that verb. Maybe "... was opened at OTP Bank." That is, if you mean it has already been opened there.

    posted by Writeacher

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