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    The difference between "match" and "match with"

    Hi all,

    I would like to know if "match with" can be used. If yes, what is the difference between "match" and "match with". It would be great if you have some examples which help. :)

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    Vi Nguyen

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    Re: The difference between "match" and "match with"

    Quote Originally Posted by vinguyen264 View Post
    Hi all,

    I would like to know if "match with" can be used. If yes, what is the difference between "match" and "match with". It would be great if you have some examples which help. :)

    Thanks,
    Vi Nguyen
    What is the context?

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    Re: The difference between "match" and "match with"

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    What is the context?
    << All our parameters "match"|"match with" the benchmark. >>

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    Re: The difference between "match" and "match with"

    Quote Originally Posted by vinguyen264 View Post
    << All our parameters "match"|"match with" the benchmark. >>

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    That's not much. Given what you gave me, I would say both are possible.

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    Re: The difference between "match" and "match with"

    Thank you for your helps, MikeNewYork.

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    #6

    Re: The difference between "match" and "match with"

    Quote Originally Posted by vinguyen264 View Post
    Thank you for your helps, MikeNewYork.
    Your thanks are welcome but please note that there is no need to write a new post to say "Thank you". Simply click Like on any post you find helpful. That saves us opening a thread only to find that a new post does not contain any new information or a follow-up question.

    Also, note that "help" is uncountable so it's "Thanks for your help", not "helps".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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