Suggestion Of The Day: Making Appointments

Making appointments is typical in everyday English. Here is a list of expressions that you can use if you have to make plans in your personal or professional life:

  • Are you free / available on Tuesday, May 15 at 2 PM?
  • I would like to make an appointment with you next Friday, if possible.
  • May I suggest next Wednesday, the 16th, at 3 PM?
  • We should set up (plan, schedule) a meeting / an appointment / a conference call on the 10th of May.
  • What about / How about Friday at 11 AM?
  • Would Monday at 9 AM suit you?
  • Does next Thursday suit you?
  • Is Wednesday at 6 PM fine / okay with you?

In addition, here are some verbs that we use to make plans and arrangements:
  • You plan / schedule / reschedule / cancel a meeting, lunch, dinner, a conference call, etc.
  • You postpone (put off) something until another day and time.

To listen to making appointments by phone, please click on the link below. You will learn more expressions and hear a dialog about a man who wishes to make an appointment with a woman to discuss investment possibilities.