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Does anyone know the difference between "bij" and "met" in Dutch ?

For learning: Dutch
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    "bij" is more like "at" as to "met" is "with". For example: Ik ben bij jou met hem. Translates to: I am at your place with him.

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