Prepositions after "socialise"
"socialise with" or "socialise in"?
|In 69% of cases socialise with is used|
|They socialise with bankers and rely on their donations.|
|Good Friends -- I love to get together and socialise with good friends.|
|This gave plenty of time for her to socialise with the BookCrossers at the event.|
|As you go further out, the amount of time you spend socialising with those people declines.|
|Red colobus monkeys seem particularly friendly and even socialise with members of different species, such as guenons.|
|A silver lining is that many of the rural students gain composure within a span of a year and start socialising with their classmates really well.|
|He said the couple objected to their daughter socialising with girls from the white community, wearing western clothes and having contact with boys.|
|It was bad enough socialising with them but to share their food was unthinkable; they were unclean and one became unclean by sitting at the same table with them.|
|With 25 regions from around the world taking part, you could be in with a chance of meeting and socialising with students from different cultures and backgrounds.|
|In 17% of cases socialise in is used|
|The single fatal blow was struck after a row broke out between two groups of young men who had been out socialising in the nearby Barcode night club.|
|I have over all these years, only had one objective in this case, an objective I made perfectly clear to George when he and I use to socialise in London.|
|In 3% of cases socialise among is used|
|socialising among crowds of people remains hard.|
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