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    #1

    Is there difference?

    Dear teachers!
    1- Bath time is a time you can really pamper yourself
    2- Bath time is the time you can really pamper yourself
    Is there difference between 1&2?

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    Re: Is there difference?

    #1 suggests there may be other times when you can pamper yourself. #2 suggests that this is the only time you can do this.

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