Quick survey on prepositions and argument labels

If you have a few seconds, I’d love your opinions for this survey. Thanks.

Update: I’ve now passed the 100 free responses, so here are the results. Unfortunately, the link doesn’t give you access to the comment feedback (for reasons I don’t begin to get)

Here are the comments on a question-by-question basis:


  • As we say in russian it is a bit “sucked out of a finger” – you’ve put too much thought into it.
    Some examples can contain more options, which would be better imo.

  • My choices, similar to the top voted answers, were based on this logic:
    * always use a label
    * avoid connectors like ‘with’, ‘for’, ‘of’, ‘and’, …

  • Thank you for making this survey. I was just wondering about this same thing and you (and the people who filled in the survey) have provided the perfect answer!