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    along

    Hello.

    Fans must register for tickets to Jackson memorial - CNN.com
    Jackson sang "They Don't Care About Us," a song from his "HIStory" album, as he danced along with eight male dancers.

    Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
    <along with>
    : in addition to (something or someone)
    ▪ a plane carrying heavy radar equipment along with full fuel tanks
    : together with (something or someone)
    ▪ A bill came along with the merchandise.
    ▪ All my cousins were there along with my aunts and uncles.
    ▪ He worked along with several colleagues to finish on time.


    Is the usage of along exactly the same as that of along?

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    Re: along

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    Hello.

    Fans must register for tickets to Jackson memorial - CNN.com
    Jackson sang "They Don't Care About Us," a song from his "HIStory" album, as he danced along with eight male dancers.

    Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
    <along with>
    : in addition to (something or someone)
    ▪ a plane carrying heavy radar equipment along with full fuel tanks
    : together with (something or someone)
    ▪ A bill came along with the merchandise.
    ▪ All my cousins were there along with my aunts and uncles.
    ▪ He worked along with several colleagues to finish on time.


    Is the usage of along exactly the same as that of along?
    Yes, it means 'together with'.

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