Please check these sentences.
* 1. This is my first time to fish on a boat.
* 2. This is the first time for me to fish on a boat.
3. This is the first time that I have fished on a boat.
I heard that 'first time' cannot be followed by an infinitive, and we have to use 'the first time', not 'my first time', so #1 & #2 are incorrect. Is it right?
I have searched through Google and found over 100,000 entries with "the first time that I", but I found about 35,000 entries with "my first time to," also. Then, can I conclude that #3 is the most common but the other 2 uses, "my first time to do something" and "the first time for me to do something" are also correct?
Thank you very much.