Prepositions after "audition"
audition for, with, before, on or at?
|In 86% of cases audition for is used|
|Dancers audition for the company.|
|I'd not auditioning for anything.|
|She auditioned for AI and didn't get on.|
|In attendance were very enthusiastic people of all ages coming to audition for various roles.|
|They think I should audition for a commercial or movie, but all I really want to do is theater!|
|How do I audition for acting roles within CBBC? We do not publish auditions on the CBBC website.|
|Cris only discovered her talent for singing when she auditioned for a role in Les Miserables when she was nine.|
|It made me nervous to tell her that I was auditioning for it, just because I knew how much it would mean to her.|
|I just assumed it was a drug deal, or maybe the Star was sending you out there to audition for George Lucas's next film.|
|audition for the Job On LinkedIn -- and in fact everywhere on the internet -- you are always auditioning for the job you want to do.|
|In 3% of cases audition before is used|
|And actor Andrew Garfield won't even have to audition before production begins on the next Trotsky movie.|
|In 3% of cases audition on is used|
|But Byeong Gun insists on trying -- he will audition on the final night of auditions.|
|You are not auditioning on your dates and if there are any auditions going on, both of you are doing it.|
|In 1% of cases audition behind is used|
|They found that when women started auditioning behind a screen, their probability of advancing increased.|
|In 1% of cases audition in is used|
|All applicants will be receiving the results of their auditions over the course of the next week, starting with those who were auditioned in January.|
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