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    off from here

    I think it's the time to off from here, so I am logging out.

    Is this sentence correct?

    Please help me.

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    Re: off from here

    I would say:

    I think it's time I logged off.


    I think it's about time I finished up so I am logging out now.

    Logging out or logging off both seem fine but get a second opinion!

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    Re: off from here


    log off - exit a computer; "Please log off before you go home"

    In my opinion the two verbs - log out and log off - are used interchangeably but there might be a slight difference between them.
    Let`s see other experts` opinion on that.


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