I'm a bit confused about the use of the determinative article before "time". I know the rule is to not use the article when you talk about thinks in general. So if I say:
do you have time to do it?
since this is a specific time, that is the time to do something, it should be more correct to say:
do you have the time do to it?
Yet, the former version is used too. Why? Just an exception to the general rule? And what about:
have you got time to do it? have you got the time to do it?