I need some help by an English/American native speaker:
1. is "accompany through" correct, or does the verb accompany require always "TO"? The sentence is the following:
"A voyage that accompanies the visitor from Piero della Francesca's birthplaces through the Renaissance courts". What if I use "guide" instead of accompany?
2. goldsmith crafts or goldsmith's crafts?
Thank you very much in advance!
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1. I suggest using guides rather than accompanies. (A person can accompany another person, but I don't see how a voyage can.)
2. Offhand, I prefer goldsmith's crafts, but it would be helpful if you would use it in a sentence.