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    lisa*** is offline Junior Member
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    constructed/construction

    good day!

    i'd like to ask if this sentence is right?

    PLease drop me near the construction building?

    is it also possible to say;

    PLease drop me near the constructed building?

    is there any difference? When do we use construction building and when do we use constructed building?

    thank you so much~!

    have a nice day!

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: constructed/construction

    I wouldn't use either. If the building is unfinished, you could say 'under construction' or 'being constructed'. If it's finished, then it's just a building to me.

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