poem <in> which there is the use <of> visual imagery


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I was wondering if the prepositions are correct in this sentence "poem in which there is the use of visual imagery"
  • The Newt

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    English - US
    The prepositions look fine. "A use of visual imagery" is also possible, depending on the context. What's the original full sentence you <>?

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