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    at what time can I use this form of sentence?
    auxaliary+ to + verb ex: four days are to go

    is that correct?

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    Buddhaheart is offline Member
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    Re: Grammer

    ‘Four days are to go’ looks like a simple sentence but I couldn’t make any sense out of it? Did you mean to say there’re four days left to go or four (more) days to go?

    How is ‘are’ an auxiliary (verb) in your sentence? Please explain.

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