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    Availability vs Availabilities

    When should 'availability' and its plural 'availabilities' be used? Are the followings correct:

    Eg 1: What is your availability for the following dates - 11th, 12th or 15th of Dec?

    Eg 2: Is there any availability for two people?

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    Re: Availability vs Availabilities

    Quote Originally Posted by perfectionist View Post
    When should 'availability' and its plural 'availabilities' be used? Are the followings correct:

    Eg 1: What is your availability for the following dates - 11th, 12th or 15th of Dec?

    Eg 2: Is there any availability for two people?
    To me, I would always use the singular "availability". It sounds right to me. I can't think of a sentence where I would use "availabilities".

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