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    query

    which one is correct:
    spoke to or spoke with?

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    Re: query

    Quote Originally Posted by drrohitbaslas View Post
    which one is correct:
    spoke to or spoke with?
    I think both are fine!


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    Re: query

    Both are correct, but have slightly different meanings. "Spoke with" implies an exchange and "spoke to" doesn't (although they are used almost interchangeably).

    For instance, if someone has done something wrong, "I'll speak with him about it" is a little gentler than "I'll speak to him about it."

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