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    letsrock is offline Junior Member
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    Check this sentence

    Hi..everybody,

    please check the following sentences. if there is any mistake let me know the perfect.

    How are you? your office is still located in near police station.( located word is right?)

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    Re: Check this sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by letsrock View Post
    Hi..everybody,

    please check the following sentences. if there is any mistake let me know the perfect.

    How are you? your office is still located in near police station.( located word is right?)
    "Located" is correct but there are problems with the rest of the sentence. Is it meant to be a question? If so:

    Is your office still located near the police station? OR
    Is your office still located in the nearby police station?

    If it's not a question, then:

    Your office is still located near the police station.

    However, if that is what you meant, then it's rather a strange thing to say. If you meet someone in the street and ask them how they are, you don't normally follow that by telling them where their office is!

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    Re: Check this sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    "Located" is correct but there are problems with the rest of the sentence. Is it meant to be a question? If so:

    Is your office still located near the police station? OR
    Is your office still located in the nearby police station?

    If it's not a question, then:

    Your office is still located near the police station.

    However, if that is what you meant, then it's rather a strange thing to say. If you meet someone in the street and ask them how they are, you don't normally follow that by telling them where their office is!


    thank you..

    this is question...

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