Which is correct:
"your available timing" or "your best timing"?

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your available timing

This phrase is correct and commonly used when asking about someone's schedule or availability.

This phrase is used to inquire about the time slots or periods when someone is free or able to do something.

Examples:

  • Could you please let me know your available timing for the meeting?
  • I need to schedule a call with you. What is your available timing tomorrow?
  • Let me know your available timing so we can plan the event accordingly.

Alternatives:

  • your availability
  • your schedule
  • when are you free
  • when can you meet
  • what time works for you

your best timing

This phrase is correct and commonly used when asking for the most suitable or convenient time for someone.

This phrase is used to inquire about the time that works best for someone or the time that is most convenient for them.

Examples:

  • Let me know your best timing for the interview.
  • When is your best timing to discuss the project?
  • Please provide your best timing for the training session.

Alternatives:

  • your preferred time
  • the most convenient time for you
  • when works best for you
  • what time suits you best
  • your optimal time
Both phrases are correct, but they are used in different contexts. 'Your available timing' is used when asking about someone's schedule or availability, while 'your best timing' is used when asking for the most suitable or convenient time for someone.

Last updated: March 19, 2024

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