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a head of, ahead of

Which should you use, ahead of or a head of? Ahead of is a prepositional phrase meaning in front of. The noun head may mean a body part, the mind, the top part, or the leader. A head of is incorrect.

Incorrect: We have a big task a head of us.
Correct: We have a big task ahead of us.
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