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    'in duty'


    Who's the officer in duty?

    Who will be in duty tomorrow night?


    Who is in duty next weekend?

    Hi,
    Are these sentences good English, please?
    Thanks.

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    Re: 'in duty'

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    Who's the officer in duty?

    Who will be in duty tomorrow night?

    Who is in duty next weekend?

    Hi,
    Are these sentences good English, please?
    Thanks.
    Hi, jctgf!

    Common usage in US would be:

    Who's the officer on duty?

    Who will be on duty tomorrow night?

    Who is on duty next weekend?

    Cheers,
    Amigo

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