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I would like to use 'be the bridge that takes someone' or 'be the bridge takes someone'.

i.e: Company A wants to be the bridge that takes you to success.

However, I am not sure if the expression above is natural or not. Could you please let me know if the usage of the expression/phrase is correct? Or are there any better expressions?

Thank you!

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It doesn't sound natural to me. It's wordier than it needs to be. "Company A wants to be your bridge to success" sounds more natural.

  • It doesn't sound natural because a bridge is an immovable object, it cannot take someone from point A to point B. A vehicle can take someone somewhere, but not a building. A bridge can CONNECT point A and point B, if OP really wants to use a verb. – Juliana Karasawa Souza Jul 5 at 12:40

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