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    When do we have to be doing the research?

    Hi!
    Someone asks what this sentence means.
    - When do we have to be doing the research?
    I am wondering whether it is common to say that?

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    Re: When do we have to be doing the research?

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    It sounds ok given the right context. However, you haven't really provided any context, so for all I know, this sentence would have sounded really crazy to me had I been there to hear it.

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