Won't Disturb

Discussion in 'English Only' started by namlan, Mar 7, 2008.

  1. namlan Senior Member

    Vietnam
    - I just want to meet and talk with you one more last time, and then I won't bother you anymore.

    - Instead of this, can I say "...........and talk to you one more,..............won't disturb you anymore."?

    Thanks a lot!

    NamLan
     
  2. Dimcl Senior Member

    British Columbia, Canada
    Canadian English
    Yes, you can use "won't disturb" but "won't bother" is far more idiomatic.
     
  3. Dimcl Senior Member

    British Columbia, Canada
    Canadian English
    "last" is redundant, Namlan. "one more time" covers it. Or, you could say "one last time" (without "more").
     
  4. wishingiwasitalian Junior Member

    Virginia, USA
    USA English
    I would say "....and talk to you one last time, and then i won't bother you anymore."

    "one more last time" doesn't need "more"

    "and talk to you one more" needs "time"

    most people in the US would say one last time.
     
  5. אדם Senior Member

    English - USA
    Disturb is the more intellectual way to say it, but bother is more likely what most people would say.

    So, "I just need to meet and talk to you one last time, and then I won't bother you anymore."
     

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