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    enriched with

    Hi,
    Is it possible to say
    Latin was the language which most enriched English with new words.

    I would say English was enriched by new words taken from Latin and I hope this sentence is correct, but what about the previous one? Is it acceptable? Is the preposition WITH correct, or should I use OF?
    Is the position of most right?
    Thanks Rip.

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    Re: enriched with

    Sound very poetic, Ripley.

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