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    #1

    many a times vs many a time

    1) Many a times, I see people worried about little things.
    2) Many a time, I see people worried about little things.
    3) Many times, I see people worried about little things.


    Can someone please tell me which of the above sentences are correct? Do they mean the same?


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    #2

    Re: many a times vs many a time

    #2 and #3 are correct and mean the same. #1 is incorrect.

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