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Hung Tao
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close or out of service

Post by Hung Tao » Thu Nov 07, 2013 1:42 pm

Please tell me which sentence is correct:
1) Our amusement park will temporarily have to close from 3pm today because of the incoming strong storm.
2) Our amusement park will temporarily have to be out of service from 3pm today because of the incoming strong storm.
3) Our amusement park will temporarily not work from 3pm today because of the incoming strong storm.
4) Our amusement park will temporarily not be working from 3pm today because of the incoming strong storm.
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Re: close or out of service

Post by Joe » Thu Nov 07, 2013 4:43 pm

They are all grammatically "correct", but #1 is the best to use.
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Re: close or out of service

Post by neiltalkshop » Fri Apr 04, 2014 3:04 am

The first one is the best to use. Because out of service means that there is something wrong or broken.
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