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    "with" vs "to"

    When do I use with or to when combined with another. word? For example, the phrase "confused with" ad "confused to", how would I know what to use? Does the use of "with" and "to" apply to all kinds of words?
    What are the meanings and differences of the following sentences?
    "I get confused with complex sentences."
    "I get confused to complex sentences."
    Thanks.
    Last edited by 070281achilles; 06-Dec-2013 at 16:08.

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