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  1. Loulou2

    Question With/for


    1) Hope everything is going well 'for' you.

    2) Hope everything si going well 'with' you.

    Is 'with' more correct or 'for' ? Also, Shall I replace 'well' with 'good'?

    Many thanks

    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    Re: With/for

    Either works fine, and do not replace "well" with "good".

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

    • Join Date: Sep 2003
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    Re: With/for

    Quote Originally Posted by Loulou2 View Post
    Is 'with' more correct or 'for'?
    I agree with the previous poster, Anglika. In addition, using for you has a presupposition: things may not have been going well for you before now.


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