surprised with the way she talks

hyouroku

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Japanese
Is it correct " I was surprised with the way she talked."?

I think it is right to use "at" in this case, but not sure whether it is possible to use "with" in this case.

Thanks.
 
  • perpend

    Banned
    American English
    A) I was surprised with the way she talked.
    B) I was surprised at the way she talked.

    I prefer "at", but "with" is fine too.
     

    hyouroku

    New Member
    Japanese
    Hi, Smauler,

    Thank you for your reply.

    I think " I was surprised at the way she talked." is OK, but I'm not sure whether " I was surprised with the way she talked." is OK or not.

     
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