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Hi

Would you say that this sentence is natural English?

Lay the sheet outside to dry before the sunshine goes away.

Thanks,

Tom

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Your sentence sounds OK , but is rather unusual. I think that most native speakers would say:

Hang your sheet outside before the sun goes in.

(goes in usually means the sun has been hidden by clouds).

or

Hang your sheet outside before the the sun goes down.

(goes down means sunset at the end of the day)

We don'y really talk about the sun going away.

Correction to my last post We don't really talk about the sun going away.