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    Naeem Afzal is offline Member
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    Default Time has changed

    Hi teachers,

    Time has changed. Is there any other word I can use in place of "Time"?


    Many thanks.

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    JMurray is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: Time has changed

    not a teacher

    Your sentence has no real meaning without a context, so it is impossible to give you another word.
    Perhaps you can give us the sentences before and after this one, or describe for us what you are trying to say.

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