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Hello, I would like to ask: If someone has a health problem and I want to say: 'See you at a better time', is it correct? Or do I need to use 'in/on? Better time' and whats the difference?
Last edited by captain1; 24-Dec-2015 at 18:24. Reason: Fixing
** I am not a teacher. **
"See you at a better time" is correct conversational English.
You should ask "Is it correct?", not "Does it correct?".