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    time or times

    Please read the following sentences and tell me which of these is correct and why?
    1.John gets very angry at time.
    2. John gets very angry at times.

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    Re: time or times

    Quote Originally Posted by kamlesh joshi View Post
    Please read the following sentences and tell me which of these is correct and why?
    1.John gets very angry at time.
    2. John gets very angry at times.
    The second one is correct.


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    Re: time or times

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    The second one is correct.
    Yes, Harry ;)

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