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    Kindly check the sentence for cooking classes

    So, once you are ready with your delicious dishes. Then, Let your family and friends lick their fingers, when you throw yummy treat to them.

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    Re: Kindly check the sentence for cooking classes

    I'm not sure where you're going with this, unless you are personifying a family of dogs, but let's start at the beginning:

    "So, once you are ready with your delicious dishes, then, let your family and friends ..."

    The way you originally wrote it ("So, once you are ready with your delicious dishes."), that opening phrase was not a proper, complete sentence; therefore, it required a comma, to allow it to run into the actual complete sentence, with subject (implied YOU) and verb (LET).

    And as for the rest of it, as I said, I'm not sure what you mean here, so I'll pass this off to someone else.

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    Re: Kindly check the sentence for cooking classes

    Quote Originally Posted by jlinger View Post
    I'm not sure where you're going with this, unless you are personifying a family of dogs, but let's start at the beginning:

    "So, once you are ready with your delicious dishes, then, let your family and friends ..."

    The way you originally wrote it ("So, once you are ready with your delicious dishes."), that opening phrase was not a proper, complete sentence; therefore, it required a comma, to allow it to run into the actual complete sentence, with subject (implied YOU) and verb (LET).

    And as for the rest of it, as I said, I'm not sure what you mean here, so I'll pass this off to someone else.

    I just picked a sentence from a paragraph and rewritten it here as i was not sure about the structure of the sentence.

    thanks for your kind help.
    I would still wait if some native speaker would like to reply to this

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