Prepositions after "chime"
chime in, with, into or as?
|In 76% of cases chime in is used|
|I am amazed that most all involved long ago chimed in.|
|I'd glad that you guys chimed in here with this perspective.|
|I'd a freelance editor, so I thought I'd chime in here and give my two cents.|
|Infocom crew: it's brilliant that you all chimed in here, for good or for bad.|
|Anyway, I'd going to chime in here and say that there is a Dark Side and a Light Side.|
|Feel free to chime in the comments on your best strategies for avoiding procrastination.|
|By the way, can anyone chime in an explain why the didn't get the same actor who played young adama in the original webisode.|
|We have now reached a stage where you can't talk about women's rights or sexism without men chiming in to try to make things ' equal '.|
|In 12% of cases chime with is used|
|This result does seem to chime with the view that countries which take on debt quickly are more likely to take on unsustainable levels of debt which subsequently act as a drag upon GDP.|
|We were particularly puzzled by reported weakness in construction sector employment: that doesn't chime with all the signs of a turnaround in the construction industry that we've seen this year.|
|In 8% of cases chime into is used|
|Great comments, everyone, and I'd glad to see so many new faces chiming into the discussion! I'd like to point out one comment from Stacy: This is a hard one if you're just starting up.|
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