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  1. peterwook
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    'with and to' problems

    hi, I've got a problem here.

    It's about preposition. Esp, with and to.

    Generally, it doesn't bother me, but sometimes it really does.

    For example, talk to and talk with. And compared with and compared to

    Are they the same?

    Or are there slight or huge differences?

    Please help me~

    Best Regards

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    Re: 'with and to' problems

    Quote Originally Posted by peterwook View Post
    hi, I've got a problem here.

    It's about preposition. Esp, with and to.

    Generally, it doesn't bother me, but sometimes it really does.

    For example, talk to and talk with. And compared with and compared to

    Are they the same?

    Or are there slight or huge differences?

    Please help me~

    Best Regards
    Compare with-Place side by side-noting the resemblances and the differences.
    Usually to differenciate between the two.
    'compare this with that'.
    Compare to -State a resemblance between.
    Shakespeare compared the world to a stage.
    REGARDS,
    RJ1948.

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