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    for you to have to deal with them and their needs

    Hello everybody is as follows:

    They also call or walk in at inconvenient times for you to have to deal with them and their needs.
    The sentence is about the difference between visitors and guests. The sentence at issue is about visitors.

    Does "They also call or walk in at inconvenient times for you to have to deal with them and their needs" mean "They also call or walk in at times which/that are inconvenient for you to have to deal with them and their needs" or "They also call or walk in when you do not have time to have to deal with them and their needs"?

    Did I understand it correctly?

    In my opiniom, the generał idea is that customers pay you a visit when it is inconvenient for you to find time to deal with them and their needs.

    Did I get it right?

    Thank you.

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    Re: for you to have to deal with them and their needs

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    Hello everybody, Please consider the following sentence: is as follows:

    They also call or walk in at inconvenient times for you to have to deal with them and their needs.

    The sentence is about the difference between visitors and guests. The sentence at issue is about visitors.

    Does "They also call or walk in at inconvenient times for you to have to deal with them and their needs" it mean "They also call or walk in at times which/that are inconvenient for you to have to deal with them and their needs
    Yes, that's what it means.

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    or "They also call or walk in when you do not have time to have to deal with them and their needs"?
    That basically means the same as the above.

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    In my opinion, the generał idea is that customers pay you a visit when it is inconvenient for you to find time to deal with them and their needs.
    Only sadistic individuals would do that!

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