Allocate time, kick off time, free up time I don't know the meaning of these collocations, could you give me some examples? Thank you
Feb 12, 2016 11:28 AM
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Allocate time: I need to allocate time this week for my Spanish study. Kick off time: In my 34 years being alive, I've never used this other than to talk about football. For example.. What time is kick off? I would exclude "kick off time" Free up time: This would be used when you have a busy schedule/week and you decide or need to use some of that busy time for something else. For example. I have plans this weekend but I'm sure I can free up some time to see you.
February 12, 2016
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