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How can i say that something is left. I mean when there are some items left. Is it:

That's what it's left from the party.

Is that correct?

  • No, your text would never be "correct". Using present tense, you could say That's what is / what's left [over] from the party if you were talking about, say, uneaten party food and drink. But if you were talking about things that guests accidentally forgot to take home (coats, mobile phones, etc.) you'd almost certainly use Past Tense (referring back to when they forgot them, rather than "current status"): That's what was left [behind] at the party. – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica Jan 31 '18 at 15:59
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That's what's left from the party

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That's what is left from the party

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