Do you say provide me or provide me with?

Do you say provide me or provide me with?

We can, however, provide you with a few explanations of different prepositions that use one particular verb: provide. Provide (someone) with: When provide is followed by an indirect object, English speakers use the preposition “with.” Providing (someone) with something means to give something wanted or needed.

How do you use provide?

How to use “provide for”

  1. I will provide the wine for the meal.
  2. We care about the service that we provide for our customers.
  3. A ramp will be provided for disabled access.
  4. Parents must provide for their children.
  5. After he lost job he worried that he would not be able to provide for his family.

Does provide need with?

The word “provide” can be used without the preposition “with” in any form of English.

What is an act of asking for information?

A request is an act of politely or officially asking for something. Her request for information was denied. An application is an official request for something, usually made in writing or by sending in a form.

How do you use provide in a sentence?

“My cousin provided me with housing.” “She provided the food for camping.” “They provide instruction at school.” “Can you provide some proof?”

What is a good sentence for provide?

When I use can or could?

Can, like could and would, is used to ask a polite question, but can is only used to ask permission to do or say something (“Can I borrow your car?” “Can I get you something to drink?”). Could is the past tense of can, but it also has uses apart from that–and that is where the confusion lies.

How do you give information?

Getting and Giving Information

  1. Show interest by leaning forward, paying attention, nodding in agreement, taking notes, and so forth.
  2. Greet new ideas with interest.
  3. Give the individual your undivided attention.
  4. Maintain eye contact.
  5. Use the individual’s name.
  6. Smile, relax, and be friendly.

How do you politely ask doubts?

Key Words That Make Direct Questions More Polite

  1. Excuse me, could you help me pick this up?
  2. Pardon me, could you help me?
  3. Pardon me, could you give me a hand?
  4. Could you explain this to me?

Could you please provide me with more information?

Could the authors please provide more detail on the stimulus method in the oocyte recordings? I have only a few minor suggestions: Could the authors please provide more detail on the stimulus method in the oocyte recordings? It goes on: “Could you please share more information with us on the symposium event planned for September? 4.

Which is correct ” provide with ” or ” provided with “?

With is a preposition. If we want to say, “provided with,” we have to have something that the “with” modifies. We could revise this sentence to say, We add the information the study provides us with to our article. In your original sentence, the prepositional phrase “with information” didn’t modify any words.

Is the phrase ” Please provide me the documents ” correct?

(But Please provide me the documents is NOT correct). In the first instance the direct object is “the documents”, but in the second, where “me” becomes the direct object then “documents” is indirect and hence requires a preposition -“with”. Not the answer you’re looking for?

Do you provide information or provide you with information?

Agent Self will provide that information. The compromise therefore provides that information can be produced for clients in a standard format. You don’t provide that information, I have to kill you. Secondly, all airports should be required to provide that information.

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