What is the Meaning of these Expressions?
Do you have time? Do you have the time?
What’s the difference in meaning between these two questions?
Do you have the time?
“What time is it?”
Angela (to Zoe): I think we should leave soon. What time is it?
Zoe: I’m not sure. I think it’s about five o’clock.
Angela (to Steve): Excuse me Steve, do you have the time?
Steve: It’s 5:45.
Zoe: Oh! We’d better hurry! If we don’t leave now, we’ll be late!
Do you have time?
“Do you have enough time?” to do something specific.
Sid: I heard you saying that you use the online Pronunciation course for extra practice. Do you like it?
Steve: Yes, I find it very helpful. Do you have time to practice every day? That’s the best way to benefit from it.