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Let's say Jason Statham is speaking to Arnold Schwarzenegger, then Jason Statham is asking a lil' consideration for his raspy voice, what is the correct preposition:

Jason: forgive my voice, it's a lil bit raspy, it is a natural thing of me.

Or

Jason: forgive my voice, it's a lil bit raspy, it is a natural thing for me.

Which is correct? Thx.

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  • For is the correct preposition. Feb 11, 2018 at 23:30

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As stated in the comments "for" is the correct preposition in this case. See this linkexcept that much of its content is so ungrammatical that I rather doubt its total veracity. It does cover various valid forms, however. I've just selected a few examples of which prepositions can be used with "natural."

In 45% of cases natural for is used

It's natural for my generation.

This is natural for that group.

They are a natural for the role.

In 22% of cases natural to is used.

It seemed totally natural to me.

But it feels very natural to me.

In 2% of cases natural of is used

In fact, it's the most natural of things.

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  • So what is the correct preposition exactly regarding to my question?
    – John Arvin
    Apr 4, 2018 at 14:25
  • @JohnArvin, I'd say 'for'.
    – Livrecache
    Apr 5, 2018 at 3:50

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