“I can assist you with that.”

English Lesson: I can assist you with that.

You work at a clothing store. A customer looks like he's ready to check out. You want to offer to help him, so you say this.

I can assist you with that.

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assist (someone) with (something)

The word "assist" means "help" but is more formal. Use it with customers and other people that you need to speak to respectfully:

How can I assist you?

Can you assist this gentleman with his question?

I can assist you with that.

This is a sentence that employees at stores (like clothing stores, etc.) say to offer help to customers. They say this when a customer is waiting for another employee.

"I can assist you with that" sounds polite and formal.