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    • Join Date: Mar 2006
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    #1

    with

    Dear Sir:

    a. Take your umbrella.
    b .Take your umbrella with you.

    I'd like to know the differences between two sentences. Do we always need 'with' in this case?
    I think the meaning is clear without 'with you' in the sentence above.

    Thanks in advance.

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    #2

    Re: with

    The 'with you' isn't really necessary- the sentence makes perfect sense without it.


    • Join Date: Mar 2006
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    #3

    Re: with

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    The 'with you' isn't really necessary- the sentence makes perfect sense without it.
    Thanks.

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