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    Hi there,

    Is this sentence correct: "I'll not be available on any Tuesday in June. "?

    Thank you very much

    Alberta

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    Re: Any Tuesday

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi there,

    Is this sentence correct: "I'll not be available on any Tuesday in June. "?

    Thank you very much

    Alberta
    The use of "any Tuesday" is fine, but I would say "I won't.....", not "I'll not". The contraction "I'll" is usually only used in the positive.

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    Re: Any Tuesday

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    The use of "any Tuesday" is fine, but I would say "I won't.....", not "I'll not". The contraction "I'll" is usually only used in the positive.
    That depends, in quite a few dialects "I'll not..." is very common.

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