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Which one is the correct sentence:

1. When the road is icy, the bus doesn't drive.

2. When the road is icy, the bus is not driven.

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Thank you, Sir.

We just had a discussion about passive voice.

What about this sentence, Sir

"You will be being waited for by me." Is it correct / acceptable?

No, and please do not double-post. It wastes mt time to answer the same question twice.

Thank you, Sir.

I will not double-post again.

I just thought that I should have written my question in a new thread, while it was actually not necessary.

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Which one is the correct sentence:

1. When the road is icy, the bus doesn't drive.

2. When the road is icy, the bus is not driven.

Please don't add posts that contain nothing but a quotation of the original question. It adds nothing to the discussion to ask the same thing again, especially when the answer has already been given.

Thread locked.

CJ