Proper use of the preposition 'with'.
(Toronto, Ontario Canada)
Is the word 'with' needed in the following sentence in order to show the relation between the subject and the object?
Providing your child with the tools to succeed.
Providing your child the tools to succeed.
I realize that some may suggest that neither of the above provide a complete sentence but my question pertains only to the word 'with' in context of what was written.
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