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    "available on weekends only" or "available only on weekends"

    When you put your ad on a website for finding a language exchange partner, which of the following correct?
    If they are all correct, is there any difference in meaning?

    1. I'm available on weekends only.
    2. I'm available only on weekends.
    3. I'm only available on weekends.

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    Re: "available on weekends only" or "available only on weekends"

    Quote Originally Posted by herbivorie View Post
    When you put your ad on a website for finding a language exchange partner, which of the following correct?
    If they are all correct, is there any difference in meaning?

    1. I'm available on weekends only.
    2. I'm available only on weekends.
    3. I'm only available on weekends.
    They are all fine and have the same meaning.

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