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    roof

    Hi there,
    Some residents buildings in New York City has a roof basketball playground.

    OR

    Some residents buildings in New York City has a basketball playground on the roof.

    Which one is correct?

    pete

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    Re: roof

    Some residential buildings in New York City have a basketball court on the roof.

    Court is the usual term for where basketball is played.

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