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# See attachment. Between B & C which one is better

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See attachment. Between B & C which one is better [#permalink]

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See attachment. Between B & C which one is better?

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11 Aug 2008, 16:55
balboa wrote:
See attachment. Between B & C which one is better?

C is better, I think. "Interact with" is an idiom.
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11 Aug 2008, 17:00
'interact with' is better here. (C) is correct.

(interact among themselves, interact with others.)
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12 Aug 2008, 01:44
I think in C. I think that "with" gives a kind of paralellism.
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12 Aug 2008, 13:01
C. "interact with" sounds better than "interact among"
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13 Aug 2008, 17:29
A –“between” – eliminate it
B – Among implies more than two and each other requires one another –contradicts comparison – eliminate it
C – Hold it
D and E – Interacting must modify “the confederacy” not tribes – eliminate it

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