■ You use with to introduce a current situation that is a factor affecting another situation.
- With all the night school courses available, there is no excuse for not getting some sort of training...
- With the win, the US reclaimed the cup for the first time since 1985.
■ used when considering one fact in relation to another
- She won't be able to help us with all the family commitments she has.
- It's much easier compared with last time.
- The shadows lengthened with the approach of sunset.
- Skill comes with practice.