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    Question Which expression is grammatically and semantically correct?

    Hello,

    I would appreciate it if any English native speaker answer me:


    Which of the following expressions are correct?

    - It remains two weeks to the test.
    - I have two weeks to the test.
    -It has remained two weeks to the test.
    - It is remained two weeks to the test.
    -It will remain two weeks to the test.
    -It will be remained two weeks to the test.
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    Default Re: Which expression is grammatically and semantically correct?

    How about
    There are two weeks left/remaining before the test.

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    Default Re: Which expression is grammatically and semantically correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    How about
    There are two weeks left/remaining before the test.
    Many thanks for your prompt answer.

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    Default Re: Which expression is grammatically and semantically correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ever Student View Post
    Hello,

    I would appreciate it if any English native speaker answer me:


    Which of the following expressions are correct?

    - It remains two weeks to the test.
    - I have two weeks to the test.
    -It has remained two weeks to the test.
    - It is remained two weeks to the test.
    -It will remain two weeks to the test.
    -It will be remained two weeks to the test.
    The SECOND one is correct.

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    Default Re: Which expression is grammatically and semantically correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by konungursvia View Post
    The SECOND one is correct.
    Thanks so much.

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    Default Re: Which expression is grammatically and semantically correct?

    Another way to say it is "I've got two weeks left until the test."

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    Default Re: Which expression is grammatically and semantically correct?

    You can express the word like this only........



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