Enter into discussions or enter discussions?

conmuchosalero

Member
Spanish Spanish
Hi,
I am not clear about how to use 'enter into discussions'.

The sentence in particular is as follows:

"The government has already entered into discussions with allies to secure support in case of a full-on invasion by these governments."

Is this ok? or would it be better to say "enter discussions with"?

Thank you!!
marta
 
  • entangledbank

    Senior Member
    English - South-East England
    You enter most things, such as a house or the priesthood or your thirtieth year, but you enter into discussions or an agreement.
     
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