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.
A pup, named ?Xiao Sa? ('Little Sa') covered 1,138 miles and climbed 10 mountains higher than 13,000 feet on paw alongside a cycling crew. A student, Mr Heng, in Wuhan, Hubei province, had decided to cycle to Llasa, Tibet from Kangding in the Sichuan province as a graduation trip with friends when he met the lonely dog. The cycling crew had fed her when they found her on the roadside, in return the dog kept going till the end of the journey whereas some of the cyclists took the bus at later stages.