RE: Working "with"; working "on"

Subject: RE: Working "with"; working "on"
From: john -at- garisons -dot- com
To: "Fred Ridder" <docudoc -at- hotmail -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 15:12:46 -0400 (EDT)

I'd say there are a fair number of assumptions and subtle shades of
meaning out there. As someone who works a lot with non-native English
speakers, I'd clarify just to try and remove any potential ambiguity or
misunderstanding and perhaps end up with a distinction that we can use in
the future..

My 2¢,

John G


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Working "with"; working "on": From: McLauchlan, Kevin
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