English Expression – Making Appointment
Learning English conversation – How to make appointment in English? For business and daily activity reasons, making appointment is often arranged. To make appointment in English, we will use some expressions, such as for asking to meet, setting the time, agreeing and disagreeing the suggested time, and changing the time.
Asking to meet:
Are you available on the next Friday?
Can we meet on the 1th?
How does the next July 5th sound to you?
Are you free next Monday?
For asking to meet more politely:
If possible, I would like to come by and see you tomorrow
I was wandering if we could get together next week
Is there good time for us to get together on Monday?
Suggesting time for asking to meet:
Could we meet 10 am on Monday 4th of July?
Would tomorrow be good for you?
Is it possible for us to meet next Thursday?
Agreeing on a suggested time:
Yes, Thursday is fine.
Thursday suits me.
Thursday would be perfect.
Rejected on a suggested time:
I am sorry, I’ve got arranged another meeting
I’m afraid, I can’t, I’m out of that time
I wish I could, but I have to pick my mother up
Suggesting an alternative time:
How about next Friday, instead?
Maybe 11. am, instead?
How about net Saturday?
Changing the arrangement:
I’m afraid that I’m not going to be able to meet you after all. Can we fix another time?
Something has just happened and I won’t be able to meet you this morning. Can we make another time?
That’s all some useful expressions to make appointment in English. To get better understanding how those phrases are used, see short conversation on appointment. Happy learning