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Simple sentence check up.

I don't want to take up too much space for you and your husband. - Is this sentence ok?
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Hi,

Simple sentence check up.

I don't want to take up too much space for you and your husband. - Is this sentence ok?

It's not wrong, but the meaning of 'for you and your husband' is rather unclear. Can you say it another way?

Clive
I don't know how to say it another way.

It'd be nice if you could give me some examples.
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Hi,

OK, but first try to tell me the situation where you would want to say this.

Clive
I'm moving my stuff into a friend's house. And I dont' want to take up too much of her space.
Hi,

I don't want to take up too much of you and your husband's space.

Clive
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So does that mean the sentence I created was grammatically incorrect?
Hi,

No.

But without any context, the meaning was unclear.

Clive