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    Exclamation of that week, on that week, during that week

    I want to know which is the correct way of saying:

    I am available any day of that week.
    I am available any day on that week.
    I am available any day during that week.

    thanks a lot.

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    Default Re: of that week, on that week, during that week

    I think the first sentence is grammatically more correct. Though #3 seems to be correct too.

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    Default Re: of that week, on that week, during that week

    I'll give it a try too.

    I am available any day of that week.
    I am available any day on that week.
    I am available any day during that week.

    Also,

    I am available (on) any day that week.

    All the best.

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    Default Re: of that week, on that week, during that week

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    I'll give it a try too.

    I am available any day of that week.
    I am available any day on that week.
    I am available any day during that week.

    Also,

    I am available (on) any day that week.

    All the best.
    Now I'm sure of what I said.

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