Does the verb "provide" always have to be used with "with"? For example,
Can you provide me with some good examples?
Can you provide me some good examples?
Can you provide some good examples?
I suppose it's a transitive verb, isn't it?
Moreover, is the following type of usage correct?
You should provide food for your dog before you go on vacation.
If you could give me some good examples regarding "provide" with different types of usage, I'd appreciate that.