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Dear all,

Please clarify under what circumstances contact and meet takes preposition.

For example- I can say

1. I will contact you next day/I will contact with you next day.

2. I will meet you next day/I will meet with you next day.

Regards,

IEEE
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1. I will contact you next day. -- Only this form is possible with 'contact'.

2a. I will meet you next day. -- This means that you and I will come face to face at some location.

2b. I will meet with you next day.-- This means that you and I will sit down and have a reasonably lengthy discussion
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Good question.

First of all, you should not say: I will contact you next day.

Either the article 'the' is missing (I will contact you the next day) or you mean to say I will contact you tomorrow. Same for the verb meet.

Secondly in English, we "make contact with" someone. You can say "I will contact you" but you should not say "I will contact with you".

It's an annoying exception, but one worth learning because it will refine your useage.
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I have made a mistake.

Mr Micawber is correct.

You can say I will contact you next day, but I think using 'tomorrow' or adding the article 'the' makes the sentence clearer.
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