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    Smile "togeher with" ?

    when we could use the words "together with" simultaneously ?
    and also together and with , separately ?


    thx before


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    Re: "togeher with" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ai nenden View Post
    when we could use the words "together with" simultaneously ?
    and also together and with , separately ?


    thx before
    Not a teacher.

    I will go to the park with mark.

    Together mark and I went to the park.

    The cost of food together with drinks and prizes made it an expensive party.
    Last edited by jeckel; 09-Oct-2010 at 07:59. Reason: Added Not a teacher.

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    Re: "togeher with" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeckel View Post
    Not a teacher.

    I will go to the park with Mark.

    Together, mark and I went to the park.

    The cost of food, together with drinks and prizes, made it an expensive party.
    - though I'm not entirely happy about the last example. The commas make it worse, since if you remove the parenthesis you get an incomplete sentence - The cost of food made it an expensive party.
    I'd prefer something that mentioned combined costs. But generally the examples are good.

    b


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    Re: "togeher with" ?

    Thank you for fixing me up Bob. I've been trying to squeeze a few answers in-between jobs today at work :P.

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