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Advanced reservations for golfers will be accepted seven days in advance stating at 6:00 am.
My interpretion is
if I want to book a tee time for Sunday,I must book it only by 6:00 am on the privious Sunday
or the booking should be made by the prvious Sunday 6:00 (anytime before the privious Sunday 6:00 )
or any other interpretion is correct
However, the interpretation should be (he believes) that one cannot book a tee time more than seven days ahead. So, for example, if you are interested in playing that course on your vacation in August, you cannot book in April for August. You can, however, book any time in the seven days immediately prior to the date/time you want. This is provided, of course, that if one did not do so on the Sunday, there remains time/date availability on, let's say, Thursday prior.
Thus, essentially, the meaning is that one can book up to seven days ahead, but not two months ahead.
If so, what difference is between your interpretation and Anglika's
By the way, can you let me know what difference in meaning between "starting at 6:00" and "from 6:00"
I hate to bother you too much, but the issues and grammatical questions interest me a lot
Thank you and your golfer friend
As to the first question, what does "Advanced reservations for golfers will be accepted seven days in advance" say, I will ask the golf agent for thier interpretation if I have chance to talk to them and will post what I get.
Thank you again and thank all