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    to or with ?

    We cordially invite you on the occasion of the marriage of A to/with B

    ( Here A is male ie groom and B is female ie bride ).

    In the above sentence the preposition after A is 'to' or 'with' ?
    Last edited by evernew; 16-Dec-2008 at 07:31. Reason: removing betwenn

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    Re: to or with ?

    Quote Originally Posted by evernew View Post
    We cordially invite you on the occasion of the marriage of A to/with B

    ( Here A is male ie groom and B is female ie bride ).

    In the above sentence the preposition betwenn after A is 'to' or 'with' ?
    marriage of A and B

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