for or to?
I read a words "Set your sights high" and I want to put it in my family circle, because there are two freshmen just enrolled among them. It maybe a good words to inspire youngman.
For our youngman or To our youngman, which one is better? Thanks!
Jul 26, 2019 3:09 AM
Answers · 7
Both are okay, but "for" is better. Also, "young man" should be two words. If you're talking about two men, then you should use the plural and say "young men."
July 26, 2019
I think: The best way to motivate them is to make them feel interested in this matter and let them consciously do it~