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    Are these sentences correct:
    1-Time is running out to save them.
    2-The switch is here to turn off the machine.

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    No. For the first one, try:
    • We are running out of time to save them.

    • Time is running out for any chance to save them.

    For the second one, try:
    • Here is the switch for turning off the machine.

    • The switch for turning off the machine is here.

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