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    #1

    It being

    Tomorrow being a public holiday, I do not have to work.
    It being a public holiday tomorrow, I do not have to work.

    Are both sentences correct? I think, strictly speaking, only #2 is correct.

    Many thanks.


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    #2

    Re: It being

    Quote Originally Posted by kohyoongliat View Post
    Tomorrow being a public holiday, I do not have to work.
    It being a public holiday tomorrow, I do not have to work.

    Are both sentences correct? I think, strictly speaking, only #2 is correct.

    Many thanks.
    Since 'it' = tomorrow, K, both are fine.

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