there's a two-week heatwave expected...

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decabrine

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Russian
Hi Guys! :) Would you tell me, please, which phrase sounds correct, and if neither does would you rephrase it?

  1. There's a two-week heatwave expected in the middle of June.
  2. There's a two-week heatwave being expected in the middle of June.
  3. A two- week heatwave is expected in the middle of June.
  4. A two- week heatwave is being expected in the middle of June

Thanks in advance.
 
  • Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    1. There's a two-week heat wave expected in the middle of June.:tick:
    2. There's a two-week heat wave being expected in the middle of June.:cross:
    3. A two-week heat wave is expected in the middle of June.:tick:
    4. A two-week heat wave is being expected in the middle of June.:cross:

    Note that "heat wave" is two words, not one.
     
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