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    #1

    consult/ discuss

    Consult others before fixing the date of the event.
    Discuss with others before fixing the date of the event.


    Which word (consult, discuss with) is appropriate in the above mentioned sentence?


    To my ear first one seems more correct than the second one. Please let me know your opinions.

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    #2

    Re: consult/ discuss

    I agree with you.

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