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    ingratiate to or ingratiate with?

    Which one is grammatically correct? why?

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    Re: ingratiate to or ingratiate with?

    Quote Originally Posted by azzobrother View Post
    Which one is grammatically correct? why?
    Please use the title as a title, and ask the question in full in the body of the message.

    You ingratiate yourself with somebody.

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