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    Yes, sure we can have an appointment with you next week. - Would a native speaker say something like that?

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    Default Re: Have an appointment with someone

    Yes. I prefer "make" over "have". "Make" is used in the conditional stage of things, and "have" after the appointment is already established.

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    Default Re: Have an appointment with someone

    If you are going to arrange the appointment now, I would say make an appointment with you for next week.

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    Default Re: Have an appointment with someone

    I'd probably say "we can have a meeting next week."

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