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at / in full potential..

Discussion in 'English Only' started by jexrry_nam, Feb 28, 2016.

  1. jexrry_nam

    jexrry_nam Senior Member

    Hong kong
    Dear all ;-),

    I'm unsure of which preposition is correct to use.

    For example:

    'You have to play at / in your full potential to win. He isn't a pushover'

    Could anyone help me?

  2. Englishmypassion

    Englishmypassion Senior Member

    India - Hindi
    How about "with"?
    Last edited: Feb 28, 2016
  3. RedwoodGrove

    RedwoodGrove Senior Member

    Northern California
    English, USA
    I think Americans would say "at".

    In an academic setting you would say "to your full potential".

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