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    #1

    presides or is presiding?

    Hi

    How should I say:

    a] Judge Williams presides today as judge Thomson has been taken ill.

    b] Judge Williams is presiding today as .... .

    Is the the verb has been taken ill correctly formed in this sentence?

    Thank you again.


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    Re: presides or is presiding?

    Either of the sentences is fine.

    Yes, "has been taken ill" is correct.

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