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Why is it "la plupart du temps" rather than de temps since it is a kind of measurement?

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Why is it "la plupart du temps" rather than de temps since it is a kind of measurement?

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Ann,

‘La plupart du temps’ is a set expression which literally means ‘most of the time’...

Why is it "la plupart du temps" rather than de temps since it is a kind of measurement?

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