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    Use "start of" or "start to"?

    A designer is writing a corporate flier and was told to change, "the start of summer", to "the start to summer". Is there a difference between the use of "to" or "of" in this context? Which is correct? Thank you in advance!


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    Re: Use "start of" or "start to"?

    "start of"

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