along with

Ray Ray

Member
Persian
Hi there.
Here's my question:

What kind of verb do I use for I, along with my family, ....

I'd like to send a letter to a store, and I want to mention that my family and I are frequent customers there. Is the phrase I, along with my family, are frequent customers ....correct?

Thank you very much for your help.
 
  • Linkway

    Senior Member
    British English
    The usual way would be to:

    --- put yourself last;
    --- omit the commas;
    --- and use a plural verb, eg:

    My family and I are frequent customers of your store.

    OR

    My family and I frequently use your store.
     
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