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    #1

    involve in/involve with

    which one is correct

    I don't want to involve in them

    I don't want to involve with them...


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    #2

    Re: involve in/involve with

    I don't want to be involved with them.

    He was involved in a plot to overthrow the government.

    involved with people
    involved in situations, events, plans etc

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    #3

    Re: involve in/involve with

    Thank you David...

    So I can say

    Don't try to involve me with your friends

    Don't try to involve me in your affairs

    are they correct?


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    #4

    Re: involve in/involve with

    Both are correct.

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