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    #1

    match and go with

    Dear teachers,

    I get confused by ''go with' and 'match'. Please read the following two sentences:

    1. Do you think these two colours match?
    Can I say 'Do you think these two colours go with each other'?

    2. Does this shirt match these trousers?
    Can I say "Does this shirt go with these trousers"?

    Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Thank you in advance.

    Jiang


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    Re: match and go with

    THIS IS A DUPLICATE POST

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    Re: match and go with


    What does this mean?
    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    THIS IS A DUPLICATE POST


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    Re: match and go with

    You posted this at 8 am, and again at 10 am. People may answer one of these, not realizing that the same question has already been answered in the duplicate posting.
    Please be careful of this.

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    Re: match and go with

    Oh, when I clicked 'send' my computer showed 'failure'. That's why I registered again and sent my post again.
    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    You posted this at 8 am, and again at 10 am. People may answer one of these, not realizing that the same question has already been answered in the duplicate posting.
    Please be careful of this.

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