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What is more appropriate?

1) Maybe in another time

2) Maybe in other time

The context: "I would want to add speaking to this presentation, but I have a lot of studying and I'm busy. Maybe in other time."

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Maybe another time.

or

Maybe some other time.

in with time is used differently, for example:

I got there just in time.

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As a native speaker I would use a sentence like:

"I would like to continue speaking about this presentation, but I have a lot of studying to do. Maybe another time" or "I would like to keep going with this presentation, but I have a lot of studying to do. Maybe some other time"

And I would like to stay here and expand my answer, but I have a paper to read. Maybe I can continue later.

  • Thank you for your comment. But the issue is that I'm talking about adding of "voice" (that I called it speaking) to this presentation (video that made of PowerPoint). I hope I explained it well that you can understand me. – Judicious Allure Nov 6 '15 at 0:06
  • You mean you are going to add narration to your Power Point? – Ron Jensen Nov 6 '15 at 3:51

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