- 1 Post By Charlie Bernstein
"They followed with an action."
Apparently "they" here is an agent (people). So an action comes after something, right? So by an action or with an action? Any difference?
Re: follow with
Yes, big difference. "They followed with an action" is fine. and you're right, the action comes after something.
Originally Posted by ian2
I don't think you can use by. "They were followed by an action" is grammatical, but doesn't make sense.
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