@chakins9 I want to say “there is a Lawson and a Family Mart near my house” and “but there is a only Family Mart on the way to school and there is not the other convenience store.” Does your sentence mean what I want to say?
Almost:) the first sentence “there is a Lawson and a family mart near my house” sounds good, but you can change the second sentence “but there is only a family mart on the way to school and no other convenience stores.”
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