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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    gain or guarantee

    Which sounds better?

    -Your experience will gain many more years of success in your career.
    -Your experience will guarantee many more years of success in your
    career.

    Thanks!

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    Re: gain or guarantee

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeynee View Post
    Which sounds better?

    -Your experience will gain many more years of success in your career.
    -Your experience will guarantee many more years of success in your
    career.

    Thanks!
    "Gurantee" is better because "gain" does not make sense. You can "gain experience" or "gain many more years of experience" but your experience can't gain years.

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