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    side with or side for

    Hello teachers,
    Do I say 'I side with Manchester City or whatever' or 'side for....'???
    Thank you

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    Re: side with or side for

    American English would (i think) say "I side with Man U." ; "I'm for Man. U whenever they play" ...........just my take on it.
    B.

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    Re: side with or side for

    Thanks for your answer. q.

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