Is this sentence grammatically correct?
This evening is raining and thundering a lot and because of this I cannot turn on the computer because of I am fear of the pc can to burn because of thunder.
- FinLv 42 months agoFavorite Answer
I think it reads smoother if it is simplified and broken up into two sentences:
With all the rain and thunder this evening, I'm afraid to turn on the computer. I don't want it to short circuit if there is an electrical surge.
- thomas fLv 72 months ago
No. I would phrase it as follows," It is raining and thundering a lot this evening, so I can't turn on my computer because I am fearful that my pc will get ruined by an electrical power surge, that could come from a lightning strike from the storm."
- Anonymous2 months ago
No, not even a little bit