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    #1

    What is the meaning of "time slots" part?

    "We received your candidature for a PL/SQL developers position based in 6th October city. Please tell me when you are ready for an interview. You can suggest two preferred timeslots for Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday."


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    Re: What is the meaning of "time slots" part?

    They are periods of time that can be allocated for a particular purpose, in this case an interview.

    You could reply, for example "I am available for interview on Tuesday from 09.00 to 1.30 and on Thursday from 14.00 to 17.00".

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