Needless to say I'm but someone who almost all the time confuses certain use of prepositions in sentences or phrases. Getting right away to my question, may I know how the word "to" functions in the following phrase:
Five Principles to Design By Joshua Porter
I just wish to clarify the purpose of "to" and why not "of". Or is there even a difference between the two in the context above?
Thanks a lot in advance for your responses. =D
I definitely would have used "of" above as I assume they are principles connected to "design" in some way, or they "belong" to "design", so "of" is used in a possessive sense. With a "to" here, it sounds as if there are five principles I must design ("Five Principles [for you] to Design)...
Hope that helps