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    Question Relate to OR Relate with

    Please I want to know whether there's any difference in meaning between using "relate to" and "relate with". For example: 1) I couldn't relate to anything she said. 2) I couldn't relate with anything she said.

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    Re: Relate to OR Relate with

    Only sentence 1 is correct. With isn't used after ​relate.
    I am not a teacher.

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