"I'm sorry, I don't have time tomorrow."
不好意思，明天我沒有時間。shouldn't this be correct? You can put the time before and after the subject, right?
OR 不好意思, 明天我沒有空 bù hǎoyìsi míngtiān wǒ méiyǒu kòng
OR 不好意思, 明天我沒有空 bù hǎoyìsi míngtiān wǒ méi kòng
"Ming tian, wo mei you shi jian" is also correct. Please update the acceptable answers
I just finished my second college Mandarin course with two Chinese professors and one Taiwanese, I have enough experience to know as a fact that you can place time before or after the subject.
Thanks for that. I've been having a hell of a time with getting answers wrong depending on the time in relation to the subject. The pervasiveness of this leads me to wonder whether there are preferences. Perhaps you can put it in either position, but are there times when it is expected in one place or the other?