Thanks for such a nice article but "to" is not a preposition in that example. It's part of the verb in infinitive form, "to find". :-)

In regards to active vs passive voice, the English language favours the latter over the former. Of course, use passive voice in moderation, but don't drop it just like that. :-)

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