Is this right English?

Is this right English? "My exams are on ya, they get over by 5th June. So any time after that!" OR "My exams are going on ya, they get over by 5th June. So any time after that!"


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  • "Is this correct English?" *
    I don't know what you mean by "ya" in this context. "ya" is not correct English , it's slang for "you", but in your sentence that wouldn't make sense.

    "My exams are currently ongoing, they will be finished by the 5th of june"

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    • I actually just asked my uncle who is visiting (he teaches English) and he said this is correct

What Guys Said 2

  • both \O/

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  • Technically, no. But it's only got the sort of mistakes that only an English teacher would care about.

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