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January 29th, 2012

Go with is not always go with me. It's go with [entity implied by the rest of the sentence].

"Grandma is going to the store; are you going to go with?" Clearly, this is, "are you going to go with Grandma?" If there was possibility for confusion somewhere, "go with" would not be used. "I'm going to the library. Grandma's going to the store. Are you going to go with her?", just as in the rest of the country.

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