In Portugal....Which one reads right?

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sahanav

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In Portugal, be prepared to be amazed at every step.

In Portugal, prepare to be amazed at every step.

Which one reads right? or both?

Thanks in advance
 

emsr2d2

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In Portugal, be prepared to be amazed at every step.

In Portugal, prepare to be amazed at every step.

Which one reads right? Or are both OK?

Thanks in advance.

I prefer your second sentence. I would also say "... with every step". "Prepare to be amazed at every step" suggests that every time you see a stair (a step on a staircase), you will be amazed.
 
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