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    I Am Not A Teacher. I Have A Question To Ask

    Can you please tell me if this statement is correct
    " I am slow with drinking. "

    Is the preposition " with" correctly used or should it be replaced with something else?

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    jamiep is offline Member
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    Re: I Am Not A Teacher. I Have A Question To Ask

    I think something like "I'm a slow drinker" is what you should say.

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