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    to / for?

    Are the sentences below correct and natural? Thank you.

    1. To many students nowadays, striking a balance between schoolwork and extracurricular activities is a big challenge.
    2. For many students nowadays, striking a balance between schoolwork and extracurricular activities is a big challenge.
    3. To many students nowadays, it is a big challenge to strike a balance between schoolwork and extracurricular activities.
    4. For many students nowadays, it is a big challenge to strike a balance between schoolwork and extracurricular activities.

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    Re: to / for?

    To me they are all correct, though the first two sound more authentically idiomatic.

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