"It getting warmer, the food is sold well." "It getting warmer, the food is sold well."

Which meaning would this sentence have?

① The food is sold well, when it's getting warmer.

② The food is sold well, because it's getting warmer.

Thank you.

Nov 13, 2017 8:06 AM
Answers · 2
To be honest, I have no idea what the writer is trying to say. Even if you ignore the mistake in the first half - "It getting" instead of "It is getting" - there is still a mismatch of tenses between the two phrases and no logical connection. "The food is sold well" is a particularly strange. This is not a very meaningful phrase for a native speaker. I suspect that this sentence was written by a non-native. It isn't quite right, and it certainly isn't worth worrying about. Forget about it.
November 13, 2017
according to my understanding of this sentence, number 2 is more close to the question. the weather is getting warmer is the reason to the result of the food is sold well. wish it helps.
November 13, 2017
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