We’re watching you

at any times

X This area is live/recorded by video surveillance at any times.

Tim says:

I can’t remember ever seeing the expression “at any time” with a plural “s” added. When it’s singular, it means that something could happen now or later. “He could arrive at any time.”

But this sign isn’t talking about a particular event that’s expected; it’s talking about something that is always happening. So rather than “any”, it should use “all”:

O This area is under video surveillance at all times.


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