Which prepositions would be appropriate here ?

*She has a preference ......tea .......coffee. *

(I think the first one would be "for" but can't decide whether it should be "to" or "over" for the second one)


She has a preference for tea over coffee.


She prefers tea to coffee.


For is the most common preposition used with preference.

She has a preference for coffee.

For comparison purposes:

She has a preference for* tea **over coffee.

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