Kenan's plane leaves for Izmir at 8 o'clock tomorrow.

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Chazzwozzer

Senior Member
Turkish
Hi,

Kenan's plane leaves for Izmir at 8 o'clock tomorrow.
Do you think the word order of this sentence is correct?
Does "Kenan's plane for Izmir leaves at 8 o'clock tomorrow." sound better or even worse?
 
  • Ecossaise

    Senior Member
    English
    They are both fine. The second one is more specific to the destination, but they are equally understandable.
     

    difficult cuss

    Senior Member
    English England
    Kenan's plane leaves for Izmir at 8 o'clock tomorrow is fine
    Kenan's plane to Izmir leaves at 8 o'clock tomorrow is now fine
     
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