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12 Oct 2008, 22:07
Which of these two is correct and why?
resemblance between x and y
resemblance of x with y

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12 Oct 2008, 22:24
Stuart Kovinsky (Kaplan GMAT Instructor) wrote:

Idiomatically, we say "the close resemblance of a TO b", not "a WITH b".

Alternatively, we can say "the close resemblance BETWEEN a AND b".

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