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    ostap77 is offline Key Member
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    Default deal with a person

    "He's a nice person to deal with." OK? Or "He's a nice person to do business with"?

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    Queen Of Spades is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: deal with a person

    Hello. I'll notify that I am not a teacher.

    I think both are correct. Altough, using "to deal with", you are not telling at what is he good to deal with. When you are saying "to do business with" you are being more specific. It just depends if you want to be more specific or not.

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