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Unread Nov 21st, 2007, 06:37 am
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Default Re: Which is correct? Connect with or connect to?

Both are correct as long as you are using it in the proper context. For example, I am connecting to the internet.

Or, Bill and Sarah connected with each other. This context can either be seen as coloquial or as another form of saying, getting together. Honestly, I think it depends which English speaking country that you are from or you feel most comfortable with.

I hope I haven't confused you any further!

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