Apology Re: A grammer question
On Mon, 21 Jan 2002, Peggy
Richardson of mer-it.com wrote:
> Is this meant to be a question about Kelsey *Grammer*, or about English
> *grammar*? :o)
> At 06:24 PM 1/21/02 -0800, you wrote:
> >Of the following sentences:
> >1. "The widget is associated to the gadget."
> >2. "The widget is associated with the gadget."
> >Are both of these gramatically correct?
> >I have the feeling that the first one is
> >incorrect, but can't explain why.
> >Pete (pkleczka -at- yahoo -dot- com)
At 06:16 AM 1/22/02 -0500, Eric J. Ray wrote:
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