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  1. james_chew_84
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    At an or at ?

    Please have your meal at an appropriate time?
    or
    Please have your meal at appropriate time?


    Thank you.

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    Re: At an or at ?

    Quote Originally Posted by james_chew_84
    Please have your meal at an appropriate time?
    or
    Please have your meal at appropriate time?
    Thank you.
    The first one, an appropriate time, is correct. 'time' is a count noun in that context. For example,

    You should eat at a time that is appropriate.
    You should eat at times that are appropriate.

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