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    How to denote moments in time

    Hi there I was wondering if you can say the following:

    Hi there I have the following proposals for times where we can play:
    If not then how does one denote moments in time? In of course an everyday fashion.

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    Re: How to denote moments in time

    Hello - here are some proposals for times when we can play:
    16h, 18h45 or 20h.

    Avoid saying "times where".
    It's "places where" and "times when".

    John

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    Re: How to denote moments in time

    Hi there! Thanks a lot for the help, most appreciated!! :)

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