Hi, again! Good morning, I hope you have a good day!
Hmm Yeap I know English’s specific characteristics. Collocations are a good case.
• I am satisfied with the way you make my hair style.
• I am good at swimming.
• I am swamped with a lot of work.
• I regard her as a good teacher
Before I asked it, I already looked up “to do something with someone else”.
→ However none of phrasal verbs would apply to this dialogue.
Also I have tried to figure out this “with” through my favorite websites like,
(The above websites are things I usually use to refer to native speaker’s good ceases.)
→ But I was not able to do find any good sentence using this kind of “with”
Anyway, based on the following definitions. Actually both are similar.
1-Collins’s 7th definition
You use with to indicate what a state, quality, or action relates to, involves, or affects.
2-Macmillan’s 14th definition
used for saying what a particular action or problem is related to
I have understood as below.
She did talking bad with everyone
→ Everyone is people related to her talking bad(AN ACTION), and they are targets who she speaks ill of
Do I understand right?
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