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"I am at hire" vs "I am for hire"



 
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"I am at hire" vs "I am for hire" #1 (permalink) Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:37 am   "I am at hire" vs "I am for hire"
 

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ESL/EFL Test #664 "Prepositional Phrases - At, By, For and To (2)", question 9

If you know anyone who needs anything built, I am ......... hire. I can build houses, sheds, decks etc.

(a) at
(b) by
(c) for
(d) to

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #664 "Prepositional Phrases - At, By, For and To (2)", answer 9

If you know anyone who needs anything built, I am for hire. I can build houses, sheds, decks etc.

Correct answer: (c) for

Your answer was: incorrect
If you know anyone who needs anything built, I am at hire. I can build houses, sheds, decks etc.
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Why i am for hire is not correct,
how i am at hire is correct?

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"I am at hire" vs "I am for hire" #2 (permalink) Fri Sep 25, 2009 4:34 am   "I am at hire" vs "I am for hire"
 

'For' is correct, 'at' is not. The correct answer is indicated above your question.
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