Is this sentence grammatically correct ?
I am now losing the strength of my lower legs that help me getting to the toilet.
- Anonymous1 month agoFavorite Answer
get instead of getting. I would use which instead of that since it is not a restrictive clause. I am now losing the strength of my lower legs which makes it difficult to get the toilet.
- Anonymous1 month ago
"I am now losing the strength of my lower legs that help me getting to toilet."
It's a bit flowery and can be pruned to say the same thing ⤵️
I'm losing the strength in my legs so mobility is difficult.
11 words without losing the meaning.
No need to mention the toilet.
- 1 month ago
I am now losing the strength in my lower legs that helps me get to the toilet
- CogitoLv 71 month ago
No - and it's very badly phrased.
I am losing strength in my lower legs, which makes it difficult to do many things, including getting to the toilet.
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- Elaine MLv 71 month ago
It's awkward. The reader doesn't need to know about toilet use, the sentence is talking about mobility.