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Hi guys:

Recentely, I encountered a problem when I was writing. Could somebody please tell me what are the differences between "visitors to" and "visitors of"?

I found both of them can be uesed in a sentence, I can feel there are subtle differences between them, but I still cannot decide which one to use when I was writing.

For example:

Most visitors to/of Paris would like to visit the Eiffel Tower.
Most probably, first time visitors to/of your website will not make a purchase at that moment.

In my understanding, "to" is right for the first sentence, and "of" is better for the second one. But can I use them inversely? Are they interchangeable?

Thank you in advance! Any help would be appreciated!
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    Visitors to Paris/this website sounds normal to me, corner1912. I don't normally hear or read anything like visitors of Paris/this website.
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