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Offline azz

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the upcoming task
« on: July 26, 2019, 07:55:01 pm »
a. There are so many things to do. Even when I am not doing something, I have to keep an eye on the clock for the next task.

b. There are so many things to do. Even when I am not doing something, I have to keep an eye on the clock for the upcoming task.

c. There are so many things to do. Even when I am not doing something, I have to keep an eye on the clock so that I won't miss the next task.


Are the above sentences all grammatically correct? Are they natural?

The idea is that every task has to be performed at a specific time, and even when I am on a break, I have to watch the time.

Many thanks.

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Re: the upcoming task
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2019, 12:00:31 pm »
something should be anything:
There are so many things to do. Even when I am not doing anything, I have to keep an eye on the clock for the next task.
Best wishes,

Duncan