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    #1

    The buildings are almost completed.

    The buildings are 90% completed.

    Can we say, "The buildings are almost completed."
    or
    "The buildings are nearly completed."

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    Re: The buildings are almost completed.

    They are correct.
    Or, the buildings are near/close to completion.

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