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    #1

    Can somebody help me correct these sentences?

    1) The teacher is free anytime on monday through wednesday,so will free up some times in that period of time.
    2) Please free up some time during/in that period of time.

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    Re: Can somebody help me correct these sentences?

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) The teacher is free anytime on Monday through Wednesday, so and will free up some times in that period of time during those days.

    2) Please free up some time during/in that period of time [or "during those days."]
    I am not completely sure what you mean to be saying here, but I assume that you are announcing appointment times during which people can see the teacher.

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