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    Default Grammar "related to" versus "relating to"

    Is there any difference in the meaning of "related to" and "relating to". Examples: Work relating to the programme budget;
    Science relating to climate change;
    Scientific observations related to climate change?

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    Default Re: Grammar "related to" versus "relating to&

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    Is there any difference in the meaning of "related to" and "relating to".
    Examples:
    Work relating to the programme budget;
    Science relating to climate change;
    Scientific observations related to climate change?


    I'm really not sure there's much difference at all, IMO. We'll have to wait until a teacher comes by and replies to see what the real answer is.

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    You could use eitherin the examples.

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