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    #1

    That's all for today. Class dismissed.

    The following context is quoted from an English book written by non-native:

    Teacher: That's all for today. Class dismissed.

    Do native speakers think they are natural English?

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    #2

    Re: That's all for today. Class dismissed.

    That's perfectly fine.

    But you need to say it was written by a non-native.

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