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Dear all,

I would like to know whether the following sentence is correct.

"Is there office today?"

Thank you.

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It is not something that we would normally say. It may be barely possible as a casual abbreviated way of saying something like "Do I/we/you have to go to the office today (to work)?".

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Sir, I would like to ask one doubt here, if we ask the question "Do you have to go to the office today?" for me it sounds "Do you need to go to the office today?" I am working in a government department back in India. Suppose, if I want to know whether tomorrow our office functions or not, then how I ask it. I would like to know whether the following sentences are apt.

Are you/we working tomorrow?

Is our/your office working/functioning tomorrow?

Thank you.

cat navy 425I am working in a government department back in India. Suppose, if I want to know whether tomorrow our office functions or not, then how I ask it.

You can ask "Is the/our office open tomorrow?".

cat navy 425Are you/we working tomorrow?

This is also OK, but "Are you working tomorrow?" would not normally be understood as a question about the office as a whole.

Thanks a lot sir.
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