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I hope you people are spending good days. And let me thank you for your kind assistance in advance.

For, example, let's consider I am a questioner at a certain blog.

I am wondering which preposition I should use when I ask a kind of question below.

I would like to make a questions( to potential readers ), like, "Choose the inappropriate synonym or antonym that does NOT match with the word on the question or of the question" ( The word on the question or of the question is described before the sentence above.

I am personally guessing of would be correct. Am I right about this?

And then also, is there any case in which we could use the preposition on? If there were, kindly advise me.

Again thank you very much.

  • I can't tell what "the word on/of the question" is. Do you mean one of the words in the question (any single word contained in the question)? Then it would be "a word". – user3169 Aug 21 '16 at 3:03
  • Thank you for your swift comment. I mean, I am asking a question ( so that the readers need to choose the inappropriate answer. ), What I mean, is, when I ask such a question, will you confirm if I should use the preposition "of" ( which is, the question from me )? For example ( continued ) – Kentaro Tomono Aug 21 '16 at 3:07
  • I am asking a question such as this, **Now, choose the inappropriate antonym or synonym that does NOT match the words of the questions. 1.Antonym Question Word : extraordinary A. – Kentaro Tomono Aug 21 '16 at 3:09
  • I am having a mile uneasiness if the preposition "of" is correct in such a case above...Thank you for your comment. – Kentaro Tomono Aug 21 '16 at 3:10
  • Give us an example question that you want to write. Then I think we can help you. We don't know what your questions look like, so we don't know how to help you. – Jim Reynolds Aug 21 '16 at 5:37
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Since there is a question is given ahead of time the appropriate preposition is

in
Choose the inappropriate synonym or antonym that does NOT match with the word in the question.

For example

Q1. happy 1) laughing 2) crying 3) smiling 4) glad

"happy" (the word in the question) is neither "on" nor "of" the question, but "in" Q1.

You can have a

question on something
question of something

but not

something on a question
something of a question

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