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I want to explain to someone with follows expression.

But I'm not sure this expression is correct or not.

"In case of no need to make into a program." and "In case of need to make into a program."

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In case of no need doesn't sound like very natural English to me. I think it would be better if you said:

In case there is no need

Also, to make into a program doesn't sound very natural, either. I think it would be better to say:

to make a program

or:

to make «something» into a program

Also, build might be a better verb than make. The very write could work, too, if you are talking about a computer program.

  • How about "In case there is no need to make a program" ? – gagaga Feb 27 '16 at 12:32
  • Yes, that's grammatical – but that's not really a complete sentence. It's just a clause. It needs to go into something bigger, like, "We should schedule some extra training sessions, in case there is no need to make a program." – J.R. Feb 27 '16 at 13:01

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