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    Meaning difference

    You can come at any time.
    You can come any time.
    Is there any meaning difference with these two sentences?

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    Re: Meaning difference

    Edmondjanet, please note that At any time/any time would have been a better thread title.

    I see no difference in meaning.

    Without at, anytime can be written as a single word.

    Rover

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    Re: Meaning difference

    The second one might be considered a little bit more informal, but really theres not a lot of difference.

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    Re: Meaning difference

    The second one might be considered a little bit more informal, but really there's not a lot of difference.
    Please state that you are not a teacher.

    Rover

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