Grammar use: "Journey of" vs. "Journey as" and why?

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  • Grammar use: "Journey of" vs. "Journey as" and why?


Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 21:56
I changed my mind. You're probably right. If they wanted to use 'as', they should say "this journey of marriage". Perhaps they really do mean 'of', but "journey of husband and wife", while it probably is okay, is a little awkward.
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 22:06
If you take the journey and the role the husband and wife have in that journey as two distinct thing then it should be as not of. The jouney is one OF love and the man and woman take it AS husband and wife. Another example could be a journey of education. An undergraduate takes a journey of education as a student to receive his degree.

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