Posted by ESC on July 12, 2003
In Reply to: As with? posted by sphinx on July 12, 2003
: _ with hurricanes and tornadoes, thunderstorms are formed when a warm air mass meets with a cold air mass. (the answer is "as")
: I saw this sentence in an English cloze test. I'm confused by "As with" here, what does it mean? I've never seen as and with can be put together to form a phrase! Other examples?
It's like: Along with hurricanes and tornadoes, thunderstorms...