do you have the time
Sid: I heard you saying that you use the online Pronunciation course for extra practice. Do you like it?
Angela (to Steve): Excuse me Steve, do you have the time?
A. Do you have a time? = ??
I’m not so sure about the difference of the meaning of the three.
For English native speakers, do the three sentences obviously sound different? Is there a big difference when you hear each of the sentence?
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