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    #1

    from time to time

    Is there a difference between "from time to time" and "now and then"?
    If so, when to use one or the other?

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    #2

    Re: from time to time

    There's no difference.

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    #3

    Re: from time to time

    Quote Originally Posted by AirbusA321 View Post
    If so, when to use one or the other?
    That isn't a sentence.

    "When do I/we use ...?"
    "When should I use ...?"
    "When can we/I use ...?"
    "When is it appropriate to use ...?"
    ...

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