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What does this phrase mean: "in good time"?



 
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What does this phrase mean: "in good time"? #1 (permalink) Sun Apr 10, 2005 15:46 pm   What does this phrase mean: "in good time"?
 

Test No. incompl/advan-13 "Time Expressions (1)", question 6

I always like to get to an appointment in ......... time.

(a) good
(b) best
(c) fine
(d) clear

Test No. incompl/advan-13 "Time Expressions (1)", answer 6

I always like to get to an appointment in good time.

Correct answer: (a) good
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In good time #2 (permalink) Sun Apr 10, 2005 15:55 pm   In good time
 

This means so that you have time before an appointment starts and you are not in a rush or late.
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What does this phrase mean: "in good time"? #3 (permalink) Mon Sep 14, 2009 14:12 pm   What does this phrase mean: "in good time"?
 

Hello Alan,

why we don't use here "appointment in a good time"
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What does this phrase mean: "in good time"? #4 (permalink) Mon Sep 14, 2009 16:30 pm   What does this phrase mean: "in good time"?
 

Hi Vara,

There is no article 'a' in this set expression. 'A good time' would mean an enjoyable time.

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What does this phrase mean: "in good time"? #5 (permalink) Mon Feb 07, 2011 10:28 am   What does this phrase mean: "in good time"?
 

Hello Alan,
thank you for the explanations.
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