Is it "bear" or "bare" with me?
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closed as off-topic by Drew, ab2, jimm101, curiousdannii, choster Mar 6 at 21:40
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(Common Errors in English Usage, by Paul Brians)
The phrasal verb is bear with, not bare with.
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