Which of the following sentences sounds more natural to you?

At 6 pm I ate rice with sausage and together I took my medicine.


At 6 pm I ate rice and sausage and together I took my remedy

6 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago
    Favourite answer

    At 6 this evening I had a meal of sausages and rice, and then took my medication. (meds after meal) 

    OR: I took my medication at 6 this evening along with my meal of sausages and rice. (meds in the middle of the meal)Your notion of "and together I took my medicine" makes no sense.

    Note that, especially in the USA, people say 'medication', not 'medicine'. In Britain  many of us still say 'medicine'.  Very few people would say 'remedy'.

  • 1 month ago

    Neither of them is at all natural.

    At 6 pm I had a meal of rice and sausage, and I took my pills / medication with it.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I ate rice with sausage at 6 p.m. then took my medicine.

  • A.J.
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Neither one is natural.

    At 6pm, I ate a sausage and rice dinner and took my medicine with it.

    If the sausage was small pieces in rice, then..

    At 6pm, I ate rice with sausage and took my medicine with it.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Neither one. The word "together" doesn't make any sense in that sentence, not where you've placed it. Also, while it doesn't affect how each "sounds," your punctuation in each is lacking, neither being punctuated properly.

  • 1 month ago

    Neither sentence reads well. I would change it to: 

    "At 6pm I had rice with sausage and also took my medication."

    By the way, 'rice & sausage' are a strange combination. 

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