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    Talking stay within 5 minutes

    Hello Everyone,

    I need to remind to the partecipants at the conference that they should stay within the time assigned for their presentations. Is it correct to say "...stay within the 5 minutes assigned"?

    than you for your help,

    Buno

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    Re: stay within 5 minutes

    Quote Originally Posted by Buno View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    I need to remind to the partecipants at the conference that they should stay within the time assigned for their presentations. Is it correct to say "...stay within the 5 minutes assigned"?

    than you for your help,

    Buno
    You could say:

    Stay within the 5-minute timescale.
    Stay within the 5 minutes allowed.
    Stay within the 5 minutes permitted.
    You must speak for no more than 5 minutes!


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    Re: stay within 5 minutes

    thank you!!

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