Objection ON or TO?


When you don’t agree with a suggestion or dislike an idea, you can express your disapproval. This is called an objection. The correct preposition to use after this word is “to”.

The structure is the following:
OBJECT (verb)/ OBJECTION (noun) + TO + NOUN

Here are some examples of how to use it in a sentence:

“I have no objection to his presence.”
“Susan objected to the building of a new shopping centre in the area.”
“I’d like to object to being charged for the use of the mini-bar. I was told it was included in the price.”
“The main objection to the proposal was that it would mean having to relocate the office.”
“We have no objection to her being the new boss.”
“Any objection you might have to my plan is futile.”

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