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usage of "available time" Options
robjen
Posted: Friday, October 06, 2017 5:40:49 PM
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I tend to have a lot of trouble using "available time" correctly. I am going to make up two sentences below.

(1) Among all the applicants, Tom has the most available time.

(2) I will change my schedule to meet your available time.

Am I using it correctly? Thanks.
Drag0nspeaker
Posted: Monday, October 09, 2017 5:43:43 PM

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Hi Robjen!
May I ask why you specifically want to use that phrase?

It is used, and your sentences make sense, however, it would be much more common to say:

Among all the applicants, Tom has the most time available.

I will change my schedule to meet the time you have available.


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