What a wonderful lesson on interfere/intervene!!!!!!
I can't thank you enough for what I have been taught here, and you are very nice people. :)
Regarding what you have posted:
We can choose both when we describe an obstruction,while only "intervene" serve the porpuse of positive actions.
As to their usage, we can "intervene in'' or "intervene between", but we
don't "interfere with".
Have you found anything wrong?
You wouldn't ask anybody to interfere, but you might ask somebody to intervene.Originally Posted by Casiopea