'To' would be more common in British English. Judging by the names, there might be a South Asian influence here:
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Comment on the use of "with" in the following sentence: Mr.&Mrs.Vijayakumar request the pleasure of the presence of Dr.H.Sekhar on the occasion of the marriage of their son KARTHICK with SHARMILA on.......
I think that "to" would be more common in American English also. :wink:Originally Posted by squarepeg
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