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    Eastern standard time

    Hi guys,

    What do we need to say "You can call us Monday to Friday 8-5 eastern standard timing" or "time"?
    Last edited by tufguy; 23-Sep-2014 at 21:51.

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    Re: Eastern standard time

    I'm sure you know by now that days of the week must be capitalised. There are two very obvious spelling errors as well. Please re-write your post, paying more attention.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Eastern standard time

    I am not a teacher.

    You managed to correctly write the thread title and then proceeded to completely misspell the same words.

    The answer is Eastern Standard Time.

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    Re: Eastern standard time

    I have amended it. Please reply.

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