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    Smile with your time off

    So, what will you do with your time off?


    Does "with your time off" refer to "when you take a break/have free time?" Thanks.

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    Default Re: with your time off

    Quote Originally Posted by angliholic View Post
    So, what will you do with your time off?


    Does "with your time off" refer to "when you take a break/have free time?" Thanks.

    It's likely to mean your day(s) off work or school, or your vacation time.

    Fiona

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    Thanks, Fiona.
    Got it!

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