What is the difference between them (meet sb., meet with sb.)?
I've read this today: "to meet with a client". Why was "with" used? Is it necessary here?
To meet with someone in American English has slightly a different meaning from to meet someone
If you meet with someone,you go to the same place as them, after a mutual arrangment, so as to talk ....
I can meet with the Professor Ledoux next monday
Aha.... Thank you, CHOMAT!