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Which one is correct ?

I will talk to you tomorrow

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I will talk with you tomorrow

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Both are correct, and would normally be understood to mean the same thing. "talk to you" is more common.

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Either would be correct in that context.


In a context of stress, then the nuances become more important -- if someone talks to you about a problem, it implies they are doing the talking and you are doing the listening and they're kind of giving you orders about it. If someone talks with you about a problem, then you are having a dialogue where both of you are trying to understand and solve the problem.

Those nuances generally show up only in contexts of Stress In a Relationship.

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