A time for it to be over

Xavier da Silva

Senior Member
Hello everyone,

I'd like to know which of the following expressions sounds correct/idiomatic in the contexts below. What would you suggest? Please take a look.

Expressions:

1. There isn't a time for it be over
2. We don't know when when it's going to be over

Context:

Jane: This party is great. There are so many nice people here.
Mike: I agree with you. I'm really enjoying it.
John: The best part is: there isn't a time for it to be over. You'll have plenty of time to dance, drink and talk. Don't worry, this party will last a long time.


Jane: This party is great. There are so many nice people here.
Mike: I agree with you. I'm really enjoying it.
John: The best part is: we don't know when it's going to be over. You'll have plenty of time to dance, drink and talk. Don't worry, this party will last a long time.


Thank you very much in advance!
 
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