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    #1

    availability period

    Dear teachers,

    Is it correct the following sentence?

    " I will be available to work for a period of 2 months starting the 10th of November"

    or does it sound better...?

    " I can start work from the 10th of November until January 2010"

    Thank you very much for your help!!


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    Re: availability period

    Welcome to the forums.

    The first option is the one to use.


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    Re: availability period

    Many thanks!!

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