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    the function of "with it"

    Dear all,

    1. Take your umbrella with you.
    2. Age brings wisdom with it.

    In the sentences above, I think the meanings are clear without "with..."

    Do you agree with me?

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    Re: the function of "with it"

    Quote Originally Posted by optimistic pessimist View Post
    Dear all,

    1. Take your umbrella with you.
    2. Age brings wisdom with it.

    In the sentences above, I think the meanings are clear without "with..."

    Do you agree with me?

    OP
    Yes, they would both be fine in the shorter form.

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