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    Could someone tell me if it is correct to say "with relation to"? I have been told that the grammatically correct alternative is "relating to". Your thoughts on this would be welcomed.


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    Re: "With relation to"

    Yes. This phrase is grammatically correct, though relating to is used more often.
    It might be used in the case: He is perfect with relation to his sewing skills.

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