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    #1

    I will bring my

    1)I will bring my brother along with me.

    I will bring my brother with me.

    Does "along" make any difference?

    2) Yesterday, I could not lift the couch by myself.

    Can we omit "by myself"? After omitting, whether the meaning will remain same?

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    Re: I will bring my

    1. The two sentences mean the same
    2. You can omit "by myself". Without context it is impossible to tell if the sentence would mean the same.

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