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1. Everyday brings its bread with it.

2. I brought a piece of cake with me.

I don`t know how "with it" in 1 and "with me" in 2 make difference with sentences without them.

ex) 1. Everyday brings its bread. vs Everyday brings its bread with it.

2. I brought a piece of cake. vs I brought a piece of cake with me.

And if there`s other verbs used like that.. I want to know^^
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moon72961. Every day brings its bread with it.

2. I brought a piece of cake with me.

I don`t know how "with it" in 1 and "with me" in 2 make difference with sentences without them.

There is hardly any difference in meaning. "with it" and "with me" just reinforce the idea that is already present with "bring".

I notice that you use the character ` as an apostrophe, which is not quite right. I don't know how your keyboard is set up, but if you can find a character that looks like ' then that's the one to use.
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And if there`s other verbs used like that.. I want to know^^

Do you mean other verbs that can have "with it/me/etc." tacked on without really changing the meaning? In some contexts, "take" works the same way; for example, "take this" versus "take this with you".
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Thank you for your answer that even handled my mistake of "apostrophe". That was totally my bad.. I came to know a proper one in a keyboard.(just next to ENTER!!) ` ' Two are utterly different I found!

Do you mean other verbs that can have "with it/me/etc." tacked on without really changing the meaning? In some contexts, "take" works the same way; for example, "take this" versus "take this with you".

Then what are there other verbs that can have "with it/me/etc." tacked on with really changing the meaning?
AnonymousThen what are there other verbs that can have "with it/me/etc." tacked on with really changing the meaning?
At the moment I can't think of any except "bring" and "take". It's a difficult question to answer definitively: there are thousands and thousands of verbs in English.

"carry" and "keep" almost work.