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Thread: With or From

    • Join Date: May 2006
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    With or From

    Please help! In the sentence, should I use with or from? To me (an ESL person), "with" sounds a bit better, but I am not too sure.

    - You may go ahead to order an appraisal with (or from) an appraiser of your choice.

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    Re: With or From

    I think it would depend on the style of the appraisal- if it were collaborative, then 'with' would work, but if it were more one-sided, then I'd use 'from'.


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