Good day. I am writing to a dear friend of mine, and I don’t want to sound incoherent and inarticulate in my English. He is way older than me. I am like a daughter to him. And English is my native tongue. Since he has been so nice to me and to my family, I want to express my fondness for him because I look up to him as a father figure. Plus, he needs to hear this.
I tried searching up the difference in context between the words “in” and “with”, yet I am beyond confused. I want to use one of these two words in this sentence:
They want to support you ____ all they can.
Yes, this can apply to any gender. I want it to be personal. For example, does it make a difference if the pronoun “she” is added to the sentence?
She wants to support you ____ all she can.
Because I prefer this sentence as opposed to the first sentence. And after all, she is female. I need answers.