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when is the train leaving

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"When is the train leaving" is an interrogative sentence in English, used to inquire about the scheduled departure time of a train. It consists of a Wh-question word 'when', auxiliary verb 'is', article 'the', noun 'train', and present participle verb 'leaving'.
📝 Example Sentence
"When is the train leaving for the city today?"
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when

📝 Description
"When" is a versatile English word that can serve as an adverb, conjunction, or pronoun. As an adverb, it denotes time; as a conjunction, it introduces a subordinate clause expressing a point of time; as a pronoun, it raises questions about time. It's derived from Old English "hwanne."
📝 Example Sentence
"When it rains, it pours."
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is

📝 Description
"Is" is a verb in English, specifically the third-person singular present indicative of the verb "be". It's used to describe a state of existence or identity, linking the subject of a sentence to a predicate. It's fundamental in constructing declarative and interrogative sentences.
📝 Example Sentence
"Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you're going to get."
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train

📝 Description
"Train" is a noun and a verb in English. As a noun, it refers to a series of rail cars moved by a locomotive or an interconnected sequence of things or events. As a verb, "train" means to instruct or teach skills, to direct growth or behavior, or to aim or point something in a particular direction.
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