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    Change is coming

    Hi teachers,

    Some political leaders are marching against the government to bring the change. In this case, is the following sentence correct?

    "Change is coming."

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    Re: Change is coming

    The phrase is "to bring about change" – otherwise your English is good.

    "Change is coming" is correct, but one would use it unqualified to refer to a big change, perhaps an overhaul of something or otherwise a small but significant change.

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