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    impressed with

    Does it require an article after with
    I was impressed with

    I was impressed with a play
    I was impressed with play
    I was impressed with melon
    I was impressed with the melon
    I was impressed with Victoria Falls
    I was impressed with the Victoria Falls
    Is Falls in capital in letter

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    Re: impressed with

    impressed by smth/someone

    I am not sure about "with" being standard usage in writing. "Impressed with" I've only come across with third-person cases than 1st- ones.

    She was impressed with my cooking. (by works here too, though...)

    It is hard with prepositions. Some say it's incorrect, some say it's correct, I guess it's just a matter of time before the 'incorrect' (spoken) ones are wholly incorporated into standard usage. Nothing is written in stone.
    Last edited by bianca; 09-Jul-2007 at 16:27.

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