- 1 Post By bhaisahab
woking over time/woking late
When you are saying that you have to work extra hours today than your usual woking hours, can you say like:
I have to work over time./I have to work over time tonight.
I have to work late./I have to work late tonight.
If both are possible, which is more commonly used.
Please help me, thank you.
Re: woking over time/woking late
Both are fine and both are commonly used. Note: 'overtime' is one word.
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