I have confirmed with him that this batch of goods will be delivered tomorrow evening.
"confirm" is a transitive verb,why is it followed by an adverb "with" in the above, is it correct?
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"Him" is not the object of "confirmed". "That this batch of goods will be delivered ..." is the object. "With him" is a prepositional phrase that tells us who helped me confirm it.
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