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Patitou's Friend

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Polish
Hello,

Could you correct my sentence? I'm afraid there's something wrong with it but I'm not sure how to make it better. Generally I need to say that someone likes fishing and mushroom picking in his leisure time but he doesn't have a lot of free time. I wonder if it could be said in this way:

"In his leisure time, which he does not have plenty, he likes fishing and mushroom picking."

Thank you very much in advance for your help.

Patitou's Friend
 
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    "In his leisure time, which he does not have plenty of, he likes fishing and mushroom picking."
    "In his leisure time, which he doesn't have a lot of, he likes fishing and mushroom picking."

    The second sentence will be more common, but the first sentence is rather amusing.
     
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