take out time

Hi teachers,

Thanks for taking out your time. Is it correct?

No. If I’m understanding the general meaning correctly, you can say “Thanks for your time” (when someone has given you some of their time, e.g. for a meeting) or “Thanks for taking the time (to do something)”.

No, and it is not clear what you are trying to say.

Hi Untaught,

Possibly you are thinking of - Thanks for taking time out to help me. This means that you have put aside time to help me.


Thank you.