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I'm trying to find available time among group members for my talk.

I wrote:

Are you available at the following time slots for my talk?

The online grammar checker (grammarly) tells me that I should replace at with for.

I feel the suggestion may not be a good idea because it will end up with two for in the sentence.

What is the proper preposition for ** available time slot**? Or

Is there a better way to rephrase the sentence?

Thank you very much for your suggestions!

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    Except when giving precise times, 'available for' is the normal choice. You can separate the for's to what must be considered an acceptable distance by even the most fussy: 'Are you available for any of the following time slots for my talk?' – Edwin Ashworth Mar 7 '18 at 15:38

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