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    Make up lost / loss time

    Hi,

    A situation as follow:

    The teacher finished the class 20 mins earlier than ususl for some reasons. He wants to compensate that 20 mins to the students in the following class

    Shall he say:

    1. I will make up that lost 20 mins time next week.

    2. I will make up that loss 20 mins time next week.

    Thanks

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    Re: Make up lost / loss time

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    Hi,

    A The situation is as follows:

    The teacher finished the class 20 minutess earlier than ususl usual for some reasons reason. He wants to compensate make up that those 20 minutes to the students in the following class.

    Shall Would/Could/Should he say:

    1. I will make up that lost 20 minutes time next week.

    2. I will make up that loss 20 mins time next week. "loss" is wrong. You needed "lost" (adjective) not "loss" (noun).

    Thanks.
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