writing a sentence


( with this cupcake store opening in my neighborhood I'm getting fat )

i know this sentence isnt correct , what is the best sentence can I write with the same maining ?

asked May 26 '13 at 23:37 Ghada New member

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You are not too far off. You need to learn to capitalize the first word of every sentence and end it with a punctuation mark. The word 'I' is always capitalized.

The sentence needs a comma after the introductory clause.


With this cupcake store opening in my neighborhood, I'm getting fat.

link answered May 27 '13 at 00:33 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

Thank you but does the sentence make sense ? Can it be rephrase in better fourm ?

GhadaMay 27 '13 at 00:54

It might make sense, depending on what you want to say,. Did the store already open? If so, the sentence is fine. It means that you have been buying a lot of cupcakes. If the store is just now opening, you would want to change the end to "I will get fat."

Patty TMay 27 '13 at 03:34

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