I wrote this sentence:
The user may modify the letter or listen to the word for another time.
Just I don't know whether I could or should write it without "for"? Then, what would be the difference?
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Here, "once more", "again", or "another time" would all work. "For another time", though, suggests that they can only listen to it at a time that is not the present: they're saving it for later. (Phrased the way it is in the question, it doesn't really make any sense, but that would be the closest to the usual understanding.)