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  1. FW
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    Is this sentence correct:
    1-Planes leaving for Paris at five o'clock will be delayed.
    It seems illogical to me since it is saying planes that will leave at five won't leave at five.

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    #2
    I think it is illogical also. Instead, I would say:
    • Planes scheduled to leave for Paris at five o'clock will be delayed.


    What do you think?

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  3. FW
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    I think you are right.

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