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    #1

    Provide me with vs provide with

    Hi,

    Can I get rid of the pronoun in this sentence, 'Can you please provide me with the new version of the document' ?
    I.e. 'Can you please provide with the new version of the document'


    Thanks.

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    Re: Provide me with vs provide with

    I am not a teacher.

    No, not like that.

    But you could say, 'Can you please provide the new version of the document' in which the 'to me' is implicit.

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