V with n

Productive uses

A prepositional phrase beginning with with is used with two additional meanings. These uses are productive, that is, they occur with a wide range of verbs. 1) The prepositional phrase indicates what someone uses to do something. An example is I shave with an old-fashioned Gillette razor.2) The prepositional phrase beginning with with indicates what company someone uses, for example when travelling or managing their money. Examples are We flew with British Airways and My husband banked with the Co-op for forty years.

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