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    bring sth with

    In my book I have: if we have bring or take sth with ... we use a personal pronoun and not a reflexive pronoun after the preposition. Is have in this list too?
    I can only lend you ten dollars. It's all that I have with .....


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    Re: bring sth with

    I'm not a teacher, but I think it's possible to use have sth with you (and also have sth on you with the same meaning).

    For example: I don't have much money with me / on me.

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