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    for anyone

    Is this sentence correct:

    1) Going to a place one has never been to would be exciting for anyone.

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    Re: for anyone

    Yes, it's fine.

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    Re: for anyone

    It's grammatically correct, though I wouldn't be excited if they sent me to prison.

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    Re: for anyone

    The sentence in question reminded me of a conversation I had at a theater in Paris. I had discovered the theater's nice-looking restaurant only after dining at the fast-food Bip Burger joint on the other side of the entrance. Chatting with the ticket-taker, I said something like "one travels to experience new things, but some things only need to be experienced once."
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