Student or Learner
I was reading a blog post and one of the sentences confuses me, quote
" I am surprised you managed to attend work at all what with thinking about Missy out there cold, frightened and alone... possibly lying on the side of the road, her back legs squashed by a vehicle, calling out "Shannon, where are you?"
Why does "what with" mean in here?
Anyone can help out here?
Thank your for the answer and corrections.
I think I can understand what the author was trying to say. It's just sort of weird to see that (in terms of grammar). Is it correct in grammar? and is it pretty common in speaking?
Got it, I appreciate your help.