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    time on my own

    Which of these are correct? Intended meaning: I want to be alone for a few hours to think about some things. Company of other people would disturb me now.
    I need some time on my own.
    I need to spend some time on my own.
    I need some time alone.
    I need some time for me alone.

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    Re: time on my own

    All four sentences are possible. They mean the same thing.
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