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1. I should get going.
(Is this correct? What other expressions can we use?)

2. It's about time I move along.
3. It's about the time I move along.
(Are both OK? Which one is right?)

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    #1 and 2 are often used.

    Another one that is used is "Time to get up and at'em"


    "It is time to get hot." is also used.

    #3 do not use "the"

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