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    'most time of the week' or 'most of the week'?

    Hi All,

    Should I say 'my schedule is open for most of the week.' or 'my schedule is open for most time of the week.'?

    Thanks!

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    Re: 'most time of the week' or 'most of the week'?

    The first.

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