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My dictionary says " suitable " is used with "for", but I see these sentences "With" is used instead of "for".Is it correct?
Students can choose universities and colleges that are suitable WITH their study capacity/qualifications
Is the sentence above correct?If not, how should I say?
Thank you in advance
But I think "for" is definitely better than "with."
You would say "that are compatible with their etc."
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