this ngram surprised me.
Student or Learner
I think two sentences are correct in grammatical point, don't I? If both of them are correct , which one is used more common in conversation? Thanks a lot.
1) It is time for recess.
2) It is time to recess.
This gives a different picture. Note however, how few citations the graph is based on.
I imagine to recess is used in science and engineering. It barely exists in other contexts.
I am not a teacher.
Courts and parliaments recess.
If I was in elementary school, it would be time for recess after lunch. The kids get to go outside and run around and play.
If I was in Congress, it would be time to recess after I put in a grueling 3 day work week.