Learn frequently used Prepositions after Verbs – the preposition WITH
You can jump to any section of this lesson:
- 1 Acquaint with
- 2 Agree with
- 3 Associate with
- 4 Charge with
- 5 Clutter with
- 6 Coincide with
- 7 Collide with
- 8 Compare with
- 9 Comply with
- 10 Confront with
- 11 Confuse with
- 12 Cover with
- 13 Cram with
- 14 Deal with
- 15 Discuss with
- 16 Help with
- 17 Ingratiate oneself with
- 18 Meet with
- 19 Pack with
- 20 Plead with
- 21 Provide with
- 22 Speak with
- 23 Talk with
- 24 Tamper with
- 25 Trust with
- I acquainted Mary with French cuisine.
- He always agrees with my opinion.
- Susan associates chocolate with childhood.
- The officer charged Mr. Smith with blackmail.
- The room was cluttered with paper.
- My birthday coincides with a national holiday.
- The car collided with a truck and blocked traffic.
- These mountains do not compare with the Himalayas.
- He complies with each and every order.
Useful Prepositions after Verbs – the Preposition WITH
- I confronted Vivian with the evidence.
- I’m afraid I confused you with someone else.
- She covered her face with her hands.
- My closed is crammed with dirty clothes!
- I can’t deal with so much overtime.
- I’d like to discuss our next conference with the boss.
- I helped the committee with the problem.
Ingratiate oneself with
- Ingratiate yourself with the headmaster and your life with be easy!
- The congressman met with strong opposition to his plan.
- Peter packed his case with extra brochures.
- He plead with his teacher to give him one more chance.
- Jane provided herself with just enough food to get through the weekend.
- Can I speak with you for a minute?
- We looked around the school and talked with the principal.
- Do not tamper with this equipment.
- I trust Bob with all of my financial information.