withcan explain how we do something. But if you don’t know which to use, don’t worry…you will by the end of this video! I’ll show you the key grammatical differences between these words, as well as what sentence structure to use with each, so that you can use
withcorrectly in your spoken and written English. Once you understand the difference, I don’t think you’ll confuse them ever again! Test yourself after the lesson to see if you can get 10/10!