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Please help me to correct my sentences.

I am confused among these?


But whenever a teacher is absent there in the school.

But whenever there is a teacher is absent.

But whenever a teacher is absent in the school.


My confusion is about number 2 sentence. Is not that the correct formation?


Also clear my confusions about rest of the two sounds well though?

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Liton DasPlease help me to correct my sentences.
1. But whenever a teacher is absent there in the school.
2. But whenever there is a teacher is absent.
3. But whenever a teacher is absent in the school.

None of these are complete sentences. With "whenever", you also need a result statement. For example:

But whenever a teacher is absent from the school, another teacher has to teach two classes.

Usually a person is absent "from" a place, not "in" it, though (1) is complicated in this respect by the word "there"; you cannot usually say "there from" in this context. Perhaps "at" would be better than "in" in (1).

(2) has a superfluous second "is".

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Please help me to correct my sentences.

I am confused among these?


But whenever a teacher is absent there in the school. This is the most common version.

But whenever there is a teacher is absent.

But whenever a teacher is absent in from the school.


My confusion is about number 2 sentence. Is not that the correct formation?


Also clear my confusions about rest of the two sounds well though? What two sounds?

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