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    The secret of/to

    I didn't know you could say The secret to... I was watching a video on youtube titled "The surprising secret to speaking with confidence "

    But then you can also say(I think) "The secret of hapiness is..."

    What's the difference between one another?

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    Re: The secret of/to

    I see no significant difference.

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    Re: The secret of/to

    Quote Originally Posted by drop90 View Post

    What's the difference between one another them?
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