Passive voice with prepositions - exercise 8 - by and with
By or with?
The preposition 'by' is used when we want to mention the agent of an action.
'With' is used if something is done with a tool.
This picture was drawn ___ a pencil.
This picture was drawn with a pencil.
I usually prefer travelling ___ train.
I usually prefer travelling by train.
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