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accompany by or with

Posted by miraclejess   4 Oct 2014 8 39 pm

Dear Alex,

What is the difference between "accompany by" and "accompany with"?

''accompany by'' is follow by person at the end ?

''accompany with'' is follow by object at the end?

I have a mix about this, when I should use accompany with or by?

Thanks.

Jessica
 
 
Posted by miraclejess   4 Oct 2014 10 33 pm

Dear Alex,

I have checked the dictionary, it said that "In everyday English, people usually say 'go with' or 'come with' someone rather than accompany someone.''

So when I should use accompany with / by (someone), go with (someone), and come with (someone)?

Thanks.

Jessica
 
 

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