With comes after me to say it correctly. The with is indicating what it is you want them to give to you. So you will say with followed by what it is you want. You will hear quite a few people leave out the word with but this is usually done by lazy speakers.
It is the same as someone speaking in dialect in Korean. Some dialects will leave out syllables. It is correct and understood but it makes it sound less intelligent. My kids are half Filipino. They do speak English very well and this is a common mistake. You will be understood with or without the with but to sound more educated then use the with.
They would raise a eyebrow. If you were trying to get them to invest and you made these several small errors then they might not invest. They may or may not catch it but we hear it and something will seem off. I listen to people and I hear these things. I refused to date a guy because when he texted me he didn't know the difference between their, there, and they're. The with is important. You don't want to talk like a person who barely made it through English.
By the way, you learn by asking questions. Keep asking. The only stupid question is the one you don't ask. We are all here to help. Learning another language is difficult. I'm learning Korean right now. Keep up the good work.