Hello, everybody! Please tell me the difference between these two sentence. Thank you!?

1) With him finishing his homework, Bob is able to go to the cinema with his friend tonight.

2) Having finished his homework, Bob is able to go to the cinema with his classmates tonight.

We all can feel that there is an obvious time gap between "go to the cinema" and "finish his homework. But can you guys feel this gap in the first setence. Why and Why not.

Thanks

Update:

1) With him finishing his homework, Bob is able to go to the cinema with his friend tonight.

2) Having finished his homework, Bob is able to go to the cinema with his classmates tonight.

We all can feel that there is an obvious time gap between "go to the cinema" and "finish his homework. But can you guys feel this gap in the first setence. Why and Why not.

Thanks

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  • 4 years ago
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    Incorrect grammar in first one.. could replace with him, with "while he "

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    suck my d1k

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