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Soon, "Bally" in "PASSAGE" store!
Please give the context in which you want to use this apparently random sequence of unconnected words.
We want to have an announcement, the content of which is the following:
We 'll soon represent "BALLY" (brand) in "Passage" store
plzzzzz answer, it is very important. Thx in advance
Bally will soon be available/on sale in Passage.
Thanks a lot! Are there any versions which can be correct to express the same idea?
As this is forum for pepole interested in correct English, please avoid chatlish -
While I usually try not to use "always" or "never" when describing English, I feel safe saying there are always multiples ways to express the same thought.
Passage is excited to announce that it will soon carry the Bally line of products!
Coming soon to Passage: The Bally line!
Or the one you got a few posts above this one.
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.