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Is it your first time here Alan?
or
Is this your first time here Alan?

Which one of them is the right one?
Thank you all in advance! Emotion: embarrassed
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Neither; there's a comma missing. These are OK:

Is it/this your first time here, Alan?
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Welcome to English Forums, dsoldier.

You can use either 'it' or 'this', however I would add a comma after the word 'here':

- Is it/this your first time here, Alan?
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Is it your first time here Alan?
or
Is this your first time here Alan?

Which one of them is the right one?
Thank you all in advance!
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