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    passive

    They should complete the work on schedule.
    The work should not be completed ......
    What can I use here as the opposite of on schedule?
    Thanks

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    Re: passive

    I'm not a teacher, but I think "off schedule" would do.

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    Re: passive

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    They should complete the work on schedule.
    The work should not be completed ......
    What can I use here as the opposite of on schedule?
    Thanks
    "...after the deadline." perhaps.

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