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Do "at leisure time" and "at leisure" both sound correct? Thank you!
Nov 14, 2021 2:13 AM
Answers · 5
No. If your asking how it sounds. “At leisure time” almost never used. I only add almost because maybe there are some groups like daycare or school or something where they would call “break time” or “recess” leisure time. And in that case, technically you could say “That’s great. I’ll find Jenny at leisure time and tell her the good news”. Leisure being the name that the place (like a school, club, etc.) has given a time period. But that’s pretty rare. Moral of the story: don’t use “at leisure time” if you want to sound like a native English speaker. We just don’t say it.
November 14, 2021
Depends on the entire context, and who/how many people are ‘at leisure’.
November 14, 2021
Yes
November 14, 2021
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