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    Be careful with/of fire

    1 Be careful with fire. (= Be careful using fire?)
    2 Be careful of fire. (= Be careful when you meet with a fire?)

    What's the difference between these sentences?

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    Re: Be careful with/of fire

    Sorry, I forgot I had asked the same question before. I read it from the 'similar threads' just now and got the answer.

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