You're welcome!Would you help me understand this sentence, please?
I've got a problem with something
We use 'in' to say that someone has a problem due to his lack of knowledge or experience, however, 'with' is used to show that a fault is existed in something else other than the speaker.
Is that correct?
"With" is correct. Only use "in" to describe a problem at a place you're naming:
"Our company has a problem in Turkey, so I'm flying there tomorrow to solve it."
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