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    The last time/last time

    Hello,*

    is there a difference in meaning in "the last time" and "last time"? Or can we use both equally?

    What would you say:

    "I saw him the last time/last time 10 years ago."

    "The last time/last time I saw him was 10 years ago."

    Thanks for your time,

    Waawe
    Last edited by Waawe; 21-Jan-2009 at 06:26.

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    Cool Re: The last time/last time

    Quote Originally Posted by Waawe View Post
    Hello,*

    is there a difference in meaning in "the last time" and "last time"? Or can we use both equally?

    What would you say:

    "I saw him the last time/last time in 10 years ago."

    "The last time/last time I saw him was 10 years ago." (colloquial use without the)

    Thanks for your time,

    Waawe
    You could also say I last saw him 10 years ago.

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