Hello All!

I wonder if in English grammar you also have the similar rule of prepostions usage:

Here is sentence:

Process OF and criteria FOR medicine choice

As you see, 2 nouns are followed by different prepositions but the phrase “medicine choice” corresponds to both of them. Is it correct to add preposition OF in this case? or maybe it’s enough to use preposition FOR?

In Russian language we must compose the sentence in such way which allows us to avoid such cases. What about your language, English?

Yes, English allows constructions like this. I think your example is acceptable, and is preferable to “process and criteria for medicine choice”, since “process for medicine choice” does not properly make sense.

Good! Thanks a lot :slight_smile: