Discussion in 'English Only' started by Vladimir 21, Oct 9, 2007.
It is in contradiction to.. or in contradiction with. What is better?
In contradiction to is best.
As always, it's best to provide us a complete example or sentence. This will allow us to give a more complete and reliable answer.
My vote would be to say "It contradicts X," which is simpler and shorter.
I would accept one or the other preposition from my students. It depends a little on the context and I would really have to see the whole sentence to be honest.
Separate names with a comma.