along with

reka

Senior Member
slovenian
Hi,

I have this sentence:

this battle is a conflict between love and hate which is created, along with positive experiences, by unavoidable resentments

I would like to say that the conflict between love and hate is created by unavoidable resentments AND by positive experiences.

Is the use of "along with positive experiences" in the way I used it above correct? Does it convey this meaning?

Thanks!
 
  • MichaelW

    Senior Member
    English (British)
    this battle is a conflict between love and hate which is created, along with positive experiences, by unavoidable resentments
    This sentence implies that unavoidable resentments create both the conflict and the positive experiences.

    The second sentence with the "and" makes things clear.
     
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