Verb + with as a dependent preposition pattern

Verb + with as a dependent preposition pattern

Created:14 Nov 2019 13:40:09 , in  intermediate

Pattern

There exists a group of verbs which are naturally followed by a preposition. Those prepositions are called dependent prepositions. One of such common dependent prepositions is the with preposition. This article is about verb + with pattern in which the which preposition stands as a dependent preposition.

Verbs followed by the with preposition

The most common verbs followed by the with preposition are ( pronouns in brackets complement the expression ):

agree with

argue with

deal with

compare with

interfere with

present (somebody) with

provide (somebody) with.

Examples

I do not agree with your plan, but I will give you a hand to realise it.

Why would you ever want to compare apples with bananas.

You musn't interfere with the witness.

I'm still thinking about what to present my partner with for her birthday.

My brief conversation with Betty has provided me with enough information on the state this company is in.

This post was updated on 14 Nov 2019 16:58:03

Tags:  dependent preposition ,  verb 

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