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    We should make arrangement to meet up.

    1) We should make arrangement to meet up. Lets set/arrange a time,day and location for the meet up/ to meet up.

    2) Since I have a flexible schedule, we should arrange the day, time and location according to your schedule.

    3) My little brother always wants me to do everything according to his schedule/time.

    4) My little brother always wants me to follow his schedule in everything.

    * Are the above sentences correct? I'm learning how to writes sentences regarding scheduling a meet up and schedule. Hope somebody will help me. Thanks

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    Re: We should make arrangement to meet up.

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Your best bet would be to post them one at a time. People are more likely to respond if you limit yourself to one sentence per thread. This is probably the reason why your thread hasn't attracted any comments.

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