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Can anyone tell me which one is the best, please :

1. The food promotion will be started tomorrow.

2. The food promotion will start tomorrow.

3. The food promotion starts tomorrow.

Thank you very much!

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What do you mean by "food promotion"? It is a very odd phrase.


The campaign to promote healthy diets starts tomorrow.
The advertising campaign to promote our product line of high-protein snack bars will begin tomorrow.

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kat2784will be started ... No.
will start ... OK.
starts OK.

CJ

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Thanks for your reply. I’d also like to ask can I say: The promotion of (something) will be started tomorrow? Or the promotion of (something) will start tomorrow sounds better?

kat2784The promotion of (something) will be started tomorrow?

That is unnatural.

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Thank you!

2nd option will start is correct
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CalifJimwill be started ... No.

May I know why it's incorrect?

If OP said .... will be started by tomorrow. Would it be correct then?

anonymousMay I know why it's incorrect?

The grammar is OK, but it's unnecessarily wordy.

Why say "will be started" when you can say "starts"?

anonymousIf OP said .... will be started by tomorrow. Would it be correct then?

Same reasoning. Grammar OK. Too wordy.

CJ

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