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Hi,

Could you please advise if these sentences are making any senses in English?


My warranty is just expired.

My warranty is just running out. (Could this one make sense to you?)

My warranty is just used up. (Could this one make sense to you?)


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John AkiMy warranty is just expired.

This is marginal. Usually we say "My warranty has just expired." We can use other verbs too, such as "run out", "ended" or "finished", but "expired" is a good choice.

John AkiMy warranty is just running out. (Could this one make sense to you?)

This is possible. It may suggest almost but not quite expired. For this case it may be clearer to say e.g. "My warranty is about to expire / about to run out".

John AkiMy warranty is just used up. (Could this one make sense to you?)

Seems less likely.

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Thank you Sir.


John Aki