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    hi,


    which preposition should be used with "link"?

    "link with" or "link to"



    thanks

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    Re: link

    Quote Originally Posted by learner110 View Post
    hi,


    which preposition should be used with "link"?

    "link with" or "link to"



    thanks
    We tend to use "link" in cojunction with "up" to make the phrasal verb "to link up"; "link up with", "link up to" or in its simple past form "linked" "linked to", linked with".

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