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Which one is correct?

  1. I study two hours daily.

  2. I study for two hours daily.

Is the preposition "for" correct here or not, and why? If both sentences are correct, what is the difference in grammatical usage?

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    Both are correct. Because English. – Hot Licks Jun 16 '19 at 1:51
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In some case we can omit the preposition without changing the meaning of the question. I often see many spoken dialogues omit that preposition and in some novels made by top notch writters.

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Either will work. You are better off, however, not ending your sentence with an adverb.

"I study daily for two hours."

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