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    #1

    'Compared with' and 'compared to'

    How are they different?

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    Re: 'Compared with' and 'compared to'

    Not a teacher only a native.

    I found this webpage regarding the question Compared “to” or Compared “with”?

    There are examples of use on the website.

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