How do you describe this situation: "My mom entered for a prize drawing, won it, and got a bag."?
Which is more natural as an expression in spoken English?
- "She won a bag as a prize"
- "She won a bag by a prize"
Or some other way?
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If it wasn't clear from the other comment, "She won a bag as a prize." is the correct sentence.
You could also say: "She won a bag" (implying it was a prize). "She won a prize bag." (Though this could be confused as there was a bag with several prizes in it.)
But the original "She won a bag as a prize," is the best option here.