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Q: In which one of the following sentences is but used as a preposition? A. We discovered that Candy will do anything but work. B. The lake is pretty, but it's too cold for
swimming. C. I wanted to leave, but I was embarrassed to do so. D. I would like to return to Italy, but I have no money.
A: A. We discovered that Candy will do anything but work. is the sentence in which "but" is used as a preposition.
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User: In which one of the following sentences is but used as a preposition? A. We discovered that Candy will do anything but work. B. The lake is pretty, but it's too cold for swimming. C. I wanted to leave, but I was embarrassed to do so. D. I would like to return to Italy, but I have no money.

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A. We discovered that Candy will do anything but work. is the sentence in which "but" is used as a preposition.
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