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    #1

    It is a gold mine.

    What is the right sentence?


    • It is a gold mine to those looking to make money online.
    • It is a gold mine for those looking to make money online.
    • It is a gold mine to those who are looking to make money online.
    • It is a gold mine for those who are looking to make money online.


    If none of these are right, what do you think is the right sentence?

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    #2

    Re: It is a gold mine.

    Welcome to the forum.

    They are all OK. I prefer those with 'for'.

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