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If we turn on the tap and water doesn't flow out of it,what will be used:

Water is not coming from the tap .

Water is not coming out of the tap.

There is no water in the tap..

What should be used: "out of/from"? Or the third sentence


In a different context

An agency provides water to people in a region through pipes. So one day there's no water( i.e. water is not coming out of that tap that is connected to that agency's pipe) so, what will be used:

Water is not coming today.

Does it sound natural? Or will it be: There's no water today in the tap.

So what will be used in both the contexts?

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Simpler is better:

There is no tap water (today).

or:

Tap water will not be available on May 4th.

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