Comfortable "with" or "in"?
Hi, I recently said something like, "He should be comfortable enough in his masculinity to wear pink". OOPS!! Did I make a major grammatical error???
Should I have said, "He should be comfortable enough WITH his masculinity instead"???
Grammatically, you have all the correct types of words in the correct order. The sentence is grammatically correct. The question is actually which preposition makes the most sense. I would use "comfortable with" when talking about a feeling or something you can touch. I would use "comfortable in" for an object a person can physically be in - in those shoes, in a chair.
|link comment||answered Mar 03 '14 at 15:00 Patty T Grammarly Fellow|
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