I haven't got a lot of time left [within which / ------] to send in my application forms.

peptidoglycan

Senior Member
Turkish
I haven't got a lot of time left ----- to send in my application forms.

A) within which
B) for which
C) in that
D) among them
E) to whom

According to the key A is correct. I agree with the key. Is it also correct if we leave blank, that is, to say "I haven't got a lot of time left to send in my application forms." To me it sounds fine. Thanks.
 
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  • coiffe

    Senior Member
    USA
    American English
    I agree completely -- leave it blank, much better. "Within which" sounds stilted.
     
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