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My mum with other relatives cooked a sumptuous reunion for all the family members.

I know and is a better conjunction to be used in this sentence. Somehow, i m wondering if "with" is correct here?
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Correction: My mum with other relatives cooked a sumptuous reunion dinner for all the family members.
I would say 'and'. Another possibility: My mum, with the aid of other relatives.....
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I think you also might want to say she cooked a reunion feast - you can't cook a reunion.
I think "with" is ok, but you should use a couple of commas: "My mom, with other people I didn't know, was cooking dinner and trying to poison my uncle's meal."
A short for "along with"... what's wrong with that? It's ok, isn't it? Emotion: smile
I think you should use the word together and construct your sentence this way. "My mom together with some relatives cooked a sumptuous meal at the reunion for all the family members.
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