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    which sentences are correct?

    1st:
    a.) The room is filled with students.
    b.) The room is full with students.

    2nd:
    a.) I can't cope up with the lessons.
    b.) I can't cope with the lessons.

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    Re: which sentences are correct?

    Example 2a is incorrect, and while example 1b is fine, 1a is more common:

    1st:
    a.) The room is filled with students.
    b.) The room is full with students. Also, The room is full of students.

    2nd:
    a.) I can't cope up with the lessons.
    b.) I can't cope with the lessons.

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