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  1. Junior Member
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    #1

    Thatís right! I went there with my( university).

    Thatís right! I went there with my university.
    I saw this sentence in a book.
    Is it right to use (with) with a place?

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    Re: Thatís right! I went there with my( university).

    In that context, "university" does not refer to a place. It's a reference to the people connected with the university. You may also see "with my class", "with my school", "with my college", etc.

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