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How you say you are living certain profession's life?

"Living the life of a [scientist]" (or whatever) can sometimes suggest that you are not actually part of that profession or group, but you just live like you are. For example, it is ...
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What should I use as preposition ? "Of" or "About"

This Ngram shows that knowledge of is much more usual than knowledge about, though the distance between them is narrowing. Both are grammatically correct and mean the same. We usually say that someone ...
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