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a. It is for you to clean the kitchen.
b. The kitchen is yours to clean.
c. The kitchen is for you to clean.


Which of the above sentences are grammatically correct and meaningful?

The idea is that it is your duty to clean the kitchen. The sentences would presumably be uttered when assignments are being given to different people.


Many thanks

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@azz posted:

a. It is for you to clean the kitchen.
b. The kitchen is yours to clean.
c. The kitchen is for you to clean.


Which of the above sentences are grammatically correct and meaningful?

The idea is that it is your duty to clean the kitchen. The sentences would presumably be uttered when assignments are being given to different people.

Hi, Azz—I find all three of your examples grammatically correct and meaningful with the meaning you specify. I do find (a) a bit awkward and might go with "It falls to you to clean the kitchen" instead; still, I think that (a) is OK.

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