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    With or About?

    "Gary, do you love your wife?"
    "Yes, we are passionate about OR with each other."

    Second sentence:

    "We were passionate about OR with each other."

    Should I use about or with?

    Nevermind, I've found my answer.
    Last edited by PlacidRan; 04-Sep-2010 at 06:32.

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    Re: With or About?

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