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the happiest moment of my life #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 23, 2011 21:36 pm   the happiest moment of my life
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #199 "Superlatives and Prepositions (1)", question 5

This is the happiest moment ......... my life.

(a) at
(b) on
(c) of
(d) to

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #199 "Superlatives and Prepositions (1)", answer 5

This is the happiest moment of my life.

Correct answer: (c) of
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Could I also say the happiest moment in my life?
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the happiest moment of my life #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 23, 2011 22:44 pm   the happiest moment of my life
 

It really wouldn't sound as natural, if you did that.
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