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To run, or to run with someone else ?
To run with someone else.
simon To ride, or to ride with someone else ?
To ride with someone else.
To throw the javelin, or to throw it with someone else ?
To throw it with someone else.
Then, in like manner, should you not choose to eat with someone else, rather than just to eat?
I cannot but admit it. Hereafter I shall go to you like a schoolboy both in the morning and after luncheon to learn your art. You, for your part, ought to teach me ungrudgingly, for I shall be your first pupil. They say that mothers love their first children more.