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    link to/link with

    Am I right in making the following sentences?

    1----The police linked John to the robbery.

    2----The police linked John with the robbery.

    3----A railway links New York to Florida.

    4----A railway links New York with Florida.

    Thank you.

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    Re: link to/link with

    Quote Originally Posted by jiamajia View Post
    Am I right in making the following sentences?

    1----The police linked John to the robbery.

    2----The police linked John with the robbery.

    3----A railway links New York to Florida.

    4----A railway links New York with Florida.

    Thank you.
    You can use both "with and to":
    1- police linked john to(or with) the robbery.
    alternatives:
    Police linked john and robbery together.
    Police think the john and robbery are linked.
    A railway links New York and the Florida.
    New York and Florida are linked together by a bridge.

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