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"I have not been able to control my anger most of the times these days".

 

I have a doubt i.e., time or times. Which one would be correct or more appropriate?

edited Jun 01 '13 at 15:39 Sush New member

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'Most of the time' is a standard adverb phrase of frequency with meaning 'regularly' or 'frequently'. 'Most of the times' is not so much a reference to time or regularity but rather to incidence and occurence.

link answered Jun 01 '13 at 22:54 Ahmad Barnard Expert

Thank you!

SushJun 04 '13 at 15:28

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These days, I have not been able to control my anger most of the time.

link answered Jun 04 '13 at 12:46 Kimberly Expert

Thank you!

SushJun 04 '13 at 15:29

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