RE: A grammer question: "associated with" or "associated to"

Subject: RE: A grammer question: "associated with" or "associated to"
From: "Steve Hudson" <cruddy -at- optushome -dot- com -dot- au>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 23:22:06 +1100

US: The widget associatES WITH the gadget. Dative? <fervently wishes yet
again he could spend time brushing up his technical grammar to back this up

UK: The widget is associated WITH the gadget.

The active is too anthropomorphic for the formal British.

Steve Hudson, Word Heretic
Word help and tools: heretic -at- tdfa -dot- com

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Kleczka
Subject: A grammer question: "associated with" or "associated to"


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)

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