And I think really especially thinking back to when we were living on Molnár Road in Kelowna with that house, we actually had a yard as well, and we had to sweep, mop and vacuum in the house.
It would be a really tiny thing but I'm just curious about that. I think 'in' sounds more natural than 'with'.
It's really hard to express what I understood about 'with' in English... but as far as I know, it's like:
"I met up with my friends"
"a professor with expertise teaches me"
"I broke up the machine with a hammer"
and such things like these. Anyway,
Why was 'with' used instead of 'in' in this sentence?