Prepositions: In, With, By, Without
We use “in” with clothes to talk about how somebody is wearing them.
- I went to work in trainers yesterday.
- I saw him in a T-shirt and jacket.
- She was very beautiful in her new dress.
1. With: Indicates association, possession, accompaniment, or manner.
- He is a little boy with black hair and green eyes.
- We have a very nice library with thousands of books.
2. With: Indicates the way something is done.
- I brushed my teeth with my toothbrush.
- She cleaned the room with a vacuum cleaner.
We can help her by cleaning the windows.
He bought a nice “ney” at last by looking through hundreds of shops.
She took my mobile without asking my permission.
You cannot go there without me.