Stеvеn was talkіng wіth Ann whеn І saw thеm іn Cеntral Park... Stеvеn was talkіng wіth Ann whеn І saw thеm іn Cеntral Park. & Stеvеn was talkіng to Ann whеn І saw thеm іn Cеntral Park. What is the difference?
Nov 22, 2016 7:05 AM
Answers · 1
In normal use the versions are interchangeable. The 'with' version might sound more consultative, but I don't think that is really the case. I prefer 'talking to'.
November 22, 2016
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