A gathering of vs A gathering with

Discussion in 'English Only' started by lingkky, May 6, 2017.

  1. lingkky Senior Member

    chinese
    “A gathering with family members.”
    “A gathering of family members."

    May I know whether both of them are correct? Any difference between them?
     
  2. PaulQ

    PaulQ Senior Member

    UK
    English - England
    Neither are sentences; there is no context. Can you please give a full sentence and some background? :thumbsup:
     
  3. lingkky Senior Member

    chinese
    I am going to post pictures on facebook showing that I am having a party with my family.
    then the title should be
    "A gathering with/of family members”?
     
  4. DonnyB

    DonnyB Sixties Mod

    Coventry, UK
    English UK Southern Standard English
    If you're included in the photos yourself, I'd go for "with family members" (i.e. you with the others).

    But just as a caption for something on Facebook it's not really going to matter all that much. :rolleyes:
     

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