to and for
those prepositions continue pluzzing me (around? out?, something else?)
CVF - A guide to creating X.
I was wondering if it should be "for", not "to". Or... would be both aceptable?
Re: to and for
They're just puzzling you.
Originally Posted by marciobarbalho
And it's "Guide to". However, "Guide" can work on its own, and may be followed by the word "for": "CVF - the essential guide for anyone who wants..."