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    #1

    Can you say: to run a new schedule?

    I would like to make up a sentence.

    (ex) The largest local department store will run or operate on a new business schedule next summer.

    Which verb, run or operate, fits better in the sentence? Thanks.
    Last edited by ansonguy; 20-Nov-2016 at 09:09.

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    Re: Can you say: to run a new schedule?

    Do you mean "The largest local department store will have different opening hours next summer"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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