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    related to & connected to

    Hi,

    Which one of my two expressions is more suitable in formal writing when we want to say that something relates to someone/something else?

    -related to
    -connected to

    I have already chosen one in my introductory question, but it does not matter.

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    Joe
    Last edited by joeoct; 02-Jul-2011 at 02:11.

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    Re: related to & connected to

    Please, give me the context. I'm thinking of other ways of saying that; perhaps there are other expressions. And, before I forget, the past simple form of "choose" is "chose", not "choosed".

    I already choosed chose one in my introductory question, but it does not matter.
    And, by the way, in that case you have to use the present perfect: I have already chosen one in my introductory question, but it does not matter.

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