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    proper planning

    Which of the following sentences is better, #1 or #2?

    1. Although some people think it's risky to go backpacking, with proper planning you won't have to worry.
    2. Although some people think it's risky to go backpacking, you won't have to worry with proper planning.

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    Re: proper planning

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