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    The use of could and can

    Please see note below, can you advise on the use of could and can. I have put it how I think it is but I'm not sure it's correct.



    Hello Alison, John is free on both those days so you could choose either. The start time in the morning can coincide with Anne’s flight times. I would think 2 hours for this meeting would be appropriate.


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    Re: The use of could and can

    Welcome to the forums.
    Quote Originally Posted by Philippa Wood View Post
    Please see note below, can you advise on the use of could and can. I have put it how I think it is but I'm not sure it's correct.



    Hello, Alison, John is free on both those days so you could choose either. The start time in the morning can coincide with Anne’s flight times. I would think 2 hours for this meeting would be appropriate.
    The use of could and can is fine.


    Do you really mean "coincide with Anne's flight time"? This means that the start time is at the same time as her flight.

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