Can I say 家族と instead of 家族で in the sentence below?


If I can, how does the meaning of the sentence change if I use the different particle?

Another example:


Again, I wonder if で and と are interchangeable here.

marked as duplicate by Chocolate Nov 18 '18 at 13:57

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