What's a reasonable translation to the following sentence, particularly this expression: 時間のやり方


From the above sentence, this is what I get, but it does not make much sense:

"There are many time distributions, and many ways to make time. It is normal."

For contextualization, I took the sentence from this text, take a look at the last sentence from the first page.

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    They meant 時間の使い方, maybe? "A way of using/spending time"
    – Chocolate
    Jul 25 '17 at 0:33
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    Though not 100% necessary, a little more context might help one answer this question more confidently. Jul 25 '17 at 0:33

It probably means more like many ways to spend time or many ways to pass time, but I admit that it does say it in weird way in japanese too. How about many ways to do time? Does it make sense??

  • I believe many ways to spend time fits better. Thank you! Jul 27 '17 at 14:23

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