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    shrutkeerti Guest

    Default concur in or concur with

    Dear Teacher,

    Which sentence is correct ?
    I don't know that I concur in your decision to try and run for office.
    OR
    I don't know that I concur with your decision to try and run for office.

    Which is correct and why... How do i distinguish about which one to use..concur in or concur with?

    I am studying for my gmat and am awaiting your reply.

    Regards,
    Shrutkeerti Khurana

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    Default Re: concur in or concur with

    Quote Originally Posted by shrutkeerti
    Dear Teacher,

    Which sentence is correct ?
    I don't know that I concur in your decision to try and run for office.
    OR
    I don't know that I concur with your decision to try and run for office.

    Which is correct and why... How do i distinguish about which one to use..concur in or concur with?

    I am studying for my gmat and am awaiting your reply.

    Regards,
    Shrutkeerti Khurana
    concur with someone/something + on/in something. It's often the case that 'with someone/something' is omitted (...),

    EX: He concurred (with them) on the issue.
    EX: She concurred (with their decision) to market the product.
    EX: They concurred (with us) in marketing the product in Asia.

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