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    Being or with

    I have just started my Checking Log which will allow me to check the dispensed items once I complete the log successfully( without any errors).
    Does the following sentence sound grammatically correct?
    You can not do the log by being stressed or with stress? Please explain to me how to form the correct sentence with parts of speech.

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    Re: Being or with

    You cannot complete the log if you are under stress.
    You cannot complete the log when you are under stress.
    You cannot complete the log if you are stressed.
    You cannot complete the log when you are stressed.
    You cannot complete the log when stressed.

    Note that "cannot" is one word.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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