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    in time vs. in due time

    Dear Friends,

    If I don't inform somebody about the train times and he misses the train, can I say:

    I didn't inform him in due time or just I didn't inform him in time?

    Is there any difference?

    Palinkasocsi

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    Exclamation Re: in time vs. in due time

    Quote Originally Posted by palinkasocsi View Post
    Dear Friends,

    If I don't inform somebody about the train times and he misses the train, can I say:

    I didn't inform him in due time or just I didn't inform him in time?

    Is there any difference?

    Palinkasocsi
    No difference. You could also say; I did not give him timely information.

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