Student or Learner
According to me in English there is nothing more confusing and complicating than the usage of preposition "to". It's hellishly confusing. Take for e.g.,I'll take you through the reasons for disliking atheism or I'll take you to the reasons for disliking atheism. Can somebody tell me which one is correct ?
This is just one example, I can cite myriad.. we were told that "to" is used for subject related with direction. For e.g., he's going to school etc. But this "to" seems to be more powerful than that many at time I see it's used in place of "for" also. My question is why such discrepancies? Can somebody tell me usage of "To" lucidly.