Nov 29th, 2015, 10:54 am
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Join Date: Oct 8th, 2006
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Yes - with. Toengage with something = study it, explore it, find out about it :
One of the learning activities involved students doing a role play of a television panel discussion to engage with the issue of corporate social responsibility.
To engage with someone = to communicate with someone
We need to engage with local communities
If you fail to engage with stakeholders, there's the possibility rthat...
With an action/event in is used: - to engage in something = to participate in or be involved in something:
The students weren't very engaged in the lesson.
In 1776 the American Army was engaged in the Revolutionary War against...
He was engaged in a discussion about
The use of engage with in your context sounds a bit pompous though. It's a bit formal.