When you have a minute

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Senior Member
french belgium

When you have a minute, could you please tell me it’s a customer’s error.
Could you please tell me if it’s a customer’s error when you have a minute.

Can you tell me in which sentence it fits better?

Thank you

  • Lexiphile

    Senior Member
    England English
    Hi Volver,
    The first sentence sounds better.
    In the second sentence, there is a small suggestion that your having a minute might be part of the customer error, rather than a condition for telling me..

    By the way, "customer error" is normally expressed exactly like that -- as a compound noun.
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