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    #1

    Cool TO be off

    Hello!

    Can "I'm off on Friday" mean that I'm not working on Friday?

    Thank you very much
    Will

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    Re: TO be off

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    It could. It could also mean that he is away (gone somewhere).

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    #3

    Re: TO be off

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Can "I'm off on Friday" mean that I'm not working on Friday?

    Thank you very much
    Will
    Yes, it could mean that. It could also mean that you are going away somewhere on Friday.

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