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    To become an IT expert is very difficult

    I usually use the grammatic structure like 'To do something is/was ...'
    such as the sentence 'To become an IT expert is very difficult' . Is it correct ?
    Thank you so much!

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    Re: To become an IT expert is very difficult

    Quote Originally Posted by crazYgeeK View Post
    I usually use the grammatic structure like 'To do something is/was ...'
    such as the sentence 'To become an IT expert is very difficult' . Is it correct ?
    Thank you so much!
    It's more common to say, "Becoming an IT expert is very difficult."
    In this case, your sentence is not incorrect though.

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    #3

    Re: To become an IT expert is very difficult

    Or you could reverse it:
    It's very difficult to become an IT expert.

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