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I wanted to know which phrase would be grammatically correct?

Should I use;

I was teasing you.

OR

I was teasing with you.

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  • tease you is correct; you could say I was teasing you or I was teasing. Why this is so has to do with transitivity/intransitivity. – User40475 Apr 27 at 9:03
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    I teased the cat with a piece of string. I teased Mary with jokes about her dress. – Michael Harvey Apr 27 at 12:58
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If "you" is the object of the teasing, then "I was teasing you".

The only time "I was teasing with you" could be used would be if you and I were teasing somebody else together as a team: "I was teasing Jane with you".

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