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  1. Vidura's Avatar
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    Exclamation Join us or Join with us?

    Join us or Join with us?
    What is correct?
    If you can, please give some examples as well.
    Thank you.

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    Re: Join us or Join with us?

    Join us is preferable, as in "Will you join us for lunch?" or "Please join us in support of this policy."

    I have heard join with us used in some contexts, as in "Join with us in prayer."

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