135 - Ella siempre gana con llorar. She always wins by...

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Preposition:  con   The preposition  con  is pretty consistently translated as the English preposition “with.” It is used to  indicate accompaniment, contents, and means of accomplishment.  Accompaniment The preposition  con  indicates accompaniment.  Benito llega con flores cada vez que viene.   Benito arrives with flowers each time he comes. Ella sale con su novio.   She leaves with her boyfriend. Me gusta el té con limón.   I like tea with lemon. How something is done Con  is one of the prepositions that can indicate the means by which something is done.  Con  may be  followed by a noun or a verb in its infinitive form.  Abre la puerta con la llave.   He opens the door with a key.
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Unformatted text preview: Ella siempre gana con llorar. She always wins by crying. How something has been accomplished When con is used to express a contrast between what has been accomplished given the circumstances, it should be translated to the English expression in spite of Con todos sus problemas, ella todava es feliz. With (in spite of) all her problems, she still is happy. Contents Con can be used instead of de to indicate the contents of a container. Tengo una bolsa con comestibles. I have a bag of groceries. El cesto con ropa es para lavar. The basket of clothing is for washing....
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