1. Along means following the boundary of something.
Pattern: verb + along + noun
We walked along the water's edge at the beach last night.
Typical verbs before along:
jog, stroll, run, walk
2. Along with means together.
Pattern: verb + along with + noun
He used to sing along with me.
Typical verbs used before along with:
hum, play, run, sing, walk, work
all along (adverb)—the whole past time
They have been enemies all along.
4. Phrasal verbs
get along (intransitive)—live together in harmony
She and her old roommate didn't get along.
get along with (nonseparable)—to live in harmony with someone
I hope she gets along with her new roommate.
Precautions while using Earphones
Your Ears are Not Replaceable
Its easy to ignore the potential for hearing damage until its too late, so its up to iPod users and, for younger users, their parents to take proper precautions early on. While this may sound preachy, your ears cannot be replaced, and hearing damage is permanent. If you love music, youll want to listen to it for your entire life; if you lose your hearing, youll be missing one of the greatest joys of this world. With that in mind, if you develop any of the symptoms mentioned above, see an ear specialist and have your hearing checked to make sure there is no damage. And, dont forget, hearing aids cost a lot more than iPods and dont look as cool.