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It is often seen in Chinese people's compositions "with the development of (technology etc.)" . One of my teachers once said that it was improper to use like this. Is it Chinglish? If yes, please tell me the correct usage.
THX in advance
I agree- it's fine as a phrase, but could you give an example or two because it does depend how it's used.
I see. thank you so much
thank you for your answer and examples!~they do help me a lot! P.S. you're the first one who replied my first post ^^
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as for that phrase, one typical example we usually use is, "with the development of science and technology, people are leading a more comfortable life than before." is it correct? thank you again