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    #1

    Join (to)

    Hello

    Can I use "to" after "join"? For example: Join to our group. Join to my blog.

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    #2

    Re: Join (to)

    No. Either "join" alone or "join with".

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    #3

    Re: Join (to)

    People don't generally "join" a blog. We follow a blog or, of course, we write/publish a blog.

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