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Is "a time" proper here or "the time"? What is the difference between the two"? "a time" seems to mean "there will be many times for finding your love".
I need the same answer for 2 as well.
1.There will be a time when you'll find your true love.
2. April the first is a day when people play tricks on each other.
Last edited by keannu; 29-Jun-2013 at 10:43.
It's "April the first", not "April fist".
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
I wonder what kind of difference "a" and "the" make here. Could someone answer it?