- Is one of the following constructions incorrect?
If not, do they differ semantically in any way, even if only mildly so?
- Sometimes, I bring my lunch to work with me.
- Sometimes, I bring my lunch with me to work
Usually, I prefer fewer words between 'to' and its complement. However, I don't actually know whether, or how, the arrangement of the words affects the meaning of the sentence or whether some people regard some common arrangements as incorrect.
Edit: Although, thinking about it now, 'I bring' entails 'with me'; perhaps I should just write Sometimes, I bring my lunch to work.