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I talked about the problem with my tutor.

I think it could mean "involving somebody as a participant".Am I correct?I want suggestions.Thanks

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  • You mean the talk involving someone, or the problem involving someone?
    – Stuart F
    Feb 12 at 12:05
  • @StuartF I talked about the problem involving my tutor as a participant.
    – Sam
    Feb 12 at 12:11
  • @StuartF the talk involving someone.
    – Sam
    Feb 12 at 12:16

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Taken out of context, your sentence is ambiguous.
"I have a problem with my course work so I discussed it with my tutor."
or
"My tutor is not holding tutorials so I discussed it with the professor."
In either case with could be said to mean involving somebody as a participant but IMHO you are overthinking it. I both cases you just met with your tutor/professor to talk about a problem.

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