I just tried 3 different ways to say this in English and it didn't like any of them, so I gave up and copy-pasted the suggested answer just to get it done. I recommend expanding the possible answers a little bit. And, for things like "Conditions at the stadium are not good." is there a way to say that in Korean that is distinctly different than the provided Korean? "The condition of the stadium" sounds more like it's talking about the physical building, but I was thinking about weather damage to the field or something and "conditions at the stadium" felt like a good way to express that. This answer being wrong confused me since it implies there is a different way to formulate the Korea, so if someone can explain how to say "Conditions at the stadium are not good." in Korean that does not get confused with the above, please let me know. What about "Conditions of the stadium are not good."?