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    Guide to 'becoming' or 'on becoming'

    I have been following a forum on education and careers for non-native English users. The name of one of the threads was titled 'A thorough guide to become an architect'. Shouldn't it be called 'A thorough guide to becoming an architect'?

    What about 'A thorough guide on becoming an architect'. Is it correct?

    Which is better, 'to' or 'on'? I personally prefer 'to'.

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    Re: Guide to 'becoming' or 'on becoming'

    guide to becoming

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