I highly doubt that "In contrast to" and "in contrast with" are interchangeable. I will do my research and let you guys know what I find out. If you know for sure that they are interchangeable, please post reasoning/examples
No, I don’t know that for sure; just heard so from a number of people whose knowledge of English was better than mine… That’s why I wrote ‘AFAIK’… Sorry if it isn't true after all
If you could give a proper explanation, I’d be very grateful!
Dude don't feel sorry, it is a learning experience for all of us
....keep throwing ideas....let's debate it through and see if it can be made into a rule.
Anyways check my examples, this is what GMAT usually tests on. Figurative vs non figurative speech to distinguish between compare to and compare with.