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    adverb II

    To which of the cases a, b, c, and d do the sentences 1 & 2 correspond?

    1-I fought with him on horseback.
    2-I fought him on horseback.

    a)He was on horseback
    b)I was on horseback
    c)We were both on horseback
    d)We can't tell

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    Re: adverb II

    Hi Navi

    To me, you at least must be on horseback, and he is probably also but not necessarily equestrian. The 'with' makes no difference to my perception.

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    Re: adverb II

    Thanks a lot Mr. Micawber.

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