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    Arrow "To" or "with"?

    In the name of Allah,
    Hi, should I say the teacher links the learned words with some religious principles, or say ........the learned words to some..? Could you please help me with this. Many thanks ahead.

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    Re: "To" or "with"?

    Hello EA,

    Both "with" and "to" are possible; but "to" is probably preferable in your example.

    Best wishes,

    MrP
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    Not a professional ESL teacher.
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