Salazar del Sol (creamedice) wrote in linguaphiles,
Salazar del Sol
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Hola, fellow linguaphiles!

I used to have a decent grasp of these things, but I'm starting to confuse even myself now.

Which among these are grammatically correct?

1. "in compliance with" or "in compliance to"

2. "in accordance to" or "in accordance with"

3. "in adherence with" or "in adherence to"

How about any other synonymous phrases that are used to mean more or less the same thing: "in agreement with/to", etc.

Thanks in advance ya.
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