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    #1

    happen

    Something similar happened to me last summer

    but would it be also correct to use the preposition "with":

    I don't know if something similar happens with you ?

    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: happen

    something happens to someone or something.
    You can use to not with.
    It is the language.

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