Grammar Patterns

V against n; V for n; V in favour of n

V against n; V for n; V in favour of n

As a lawyer Mr Mohammed often argued against apartheid legislation.
Women also argued for changes in domestic life and work.
In his speech the Governor argued in favour of financial liberalisation.
  • argue
  • campaign
  • demonstrate
  • vote
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