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This book deals in common errors.
This book deals with common errors.
A bookseller deals with books.
A bookseller deals in books.

To deaf with means to have to do with, to deal in means to buy and sell

To deal with also means to take action on a matter: The headmaster will deal with that question.

My brother has my English book.
My English book is with my brother.

Avoid using be with in the sense of have. Be with means to be together or in company of: He is with his parents

The river has flowed over its banks.
The river has flown over its banks.

Flown is the past participle of fly, the past participle of flow (= to move as water) is flowed. The principal parts of the two verbs are: fly, flew, flown - flow, flowed, flowed.

Flee, fled, fled is formal but we still use it to mean to run away. We flee from danger. Float, floated, floated means to stay on the surface of water or other liquid: Ships float on the water.

The astronauts are bringing plants to the moon.
The astronauts are taking plants to the moon.

Using bring or take depends on where the speaker or doer is. We use bring for things coming to where we are and take for things going somewhere else: Take these cakes to your grandmother and bring (back) some flowers from her garden.

To fetch means to go somewhere else and come back with something: Please fetch me a glass of water (= go and come back with a glass of water)

I went to the baker's to buy bread.
I went to the baker's to take bread.

Never use take in the sense of buy.


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