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Word combinations with preposition with
Agree with (a person, opinion or policy)
I agree with you.
He left the firm because he couldnít agree with their production policy.
Angry with (a person for doing something)
I donít know why she is angry with me.
Angry can also be used with at.
Blue with cold, green with envy, red with anger etc
He was red with anger when he heard the news.
Difficulty with (something)
He said that he was having difficulty with his travel arrangements.
Disappointed with somebody
I am quite disappointed with him.
Disappointed with / at / about somebody
You must be disappointed with your performance.
They are constantly fighting with each other.
He has been ill with malaria this week.
Impressed with / by
I was very impressed with his performance.
I am not very pleased with him.
Speak with (US); speak to (GB and US)
Could I speak with the manager for a moment?
What is wrong with you?
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