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21 Nov 04:04 AM

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I have a question.
Could you tell me whether the following four sentences are grammatically correct or not, please?
(I'm wondering if it's common to add phrases or sentences that modify a noun("the best cake") between the noun("the best cake") and a participle immediately following it.("coming out."))

1. "I've got the best cake coming out."
2. "I've got the best cake in this restaurant coming out."
3. "I've got the best cake you'll ever see in your life coming out."
4. "I've got the best cake in this restaurant you'll ever see in your life coming out."

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