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Together with / Along with

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by aici, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. aici New Member

    BCN
    Spain, Spanish
    Hi there,

    Is there any difference between "together with" and "along with". I mean, could I say "the keyboards were ordered together with the stands", or the correct expression is "along with"?

    Thanks!

    aici vdr
     
  2. clipper Senior Member

    Madrid
    England´s english
    In this context I can´t see any major difference (although I would say together with). But ...

    I went to the beach and John came along with me.:tick:

    I went to the beach and John came together with me.:cross:
     
  3. aici New Member

    BCN
    Spain, Spanish
    Thanx
    aici vdr
     

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