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    #1

    introduce

    I’m convinced that the camp will provide a desirable chance for me to introduce some customs of China to other campers and also get an insight into other countries.

    Should I say" introduce other campers to some customs of China" instead?

    Which one is more natural?

    1. introduce something to somebody

    2. introduce somebody to something

    Thanks!

    Jason

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    #2

    Re: introduce

    (Not a Teacher)

    Either way is perfectly fine. I don't really feel a preference one way or the other. However, I will say that I favor 'some Chinese customs' over 'some customs of China'.

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