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So, I'm writing a story and in this specific sentence I've written "He could give you a head start to finding out who you are". I'm just wondering if 'to' is the correct word usage here or if 'in' or 'on' are better to use?

I'm also, in general, wondering if these words are actually interchangable in this sentence or if any are incorrect?

  • With this construction, ‘to’ is probably better. Have you considered alternatives, like “He could give you a head start in self-discovery”? – Tuffy Mar 21 at 9:24

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