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    ggomad Guest

    Default any time or the time or else?

    I'm sorry but I simply do not have any time to see you this week.
    Should the bold-faced part 'any' be changed to 'the'?
    My Korean colleagues strongly insist it!

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    Both are correct.

    FRC

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