can i use ”by” instead of ”through”?
I saw this sentence
His proposals are expected to focus on improving quality through financial incentives
what is the difference if I write
His proposals are expected to focus on improving quality by financial incentives
- patLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
If you use “through”， it feels like financial incentives is one of the way to achieve the purpose.
If you use "by", it feels like fincnical incentives is the only way to achieve the purpose.Source(s): my opinion