i am with my sister

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Ntav2095

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Vietnam
My sister is sick, i am taking care of her at the hospital. I'm chatting with my friend, he ask me: where are you?
Is "i am with my sister (at the hospital)" correct? What ways can be use to express that i am beside somebody at the moment i am saying. Thanks!
 
  • Ntav2095

    Member
    Vietnam
    If you need/want to explain, I agree with Hermione. However, "I'm with my sister" will do as a brief account. You can add, "in her hospital room", or '[I am] beside her in her hospital room' if you choose.
    Do "i'm with my sister in her hospital room" and "i'm beside my sister in her hospital room" sound naturally?
     
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