Who is that girl in the corner chatting to Penelope?


Does "chatting to" in the above sound right? Do I have to change it to "chatting with?" Thanks.
"With" is the proper preposition.
I think both work:
chatting to : shows more of the direction of chatting, say from him to her
chatting with: shows the group, the association
For many, the above distinctions are irrelevant.
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You were right, 'chatting to' is perfectly ok here as a 'verb preposition' colocation, it sounds more natural than 'chatting with'.
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