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    Default schedule

    Hello mates.

    I have a doubt about a sentence.

    Is this right to say "I'll try to fit you on the schedule?"

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    Default Re: schedule

    Quote Originally Posted by anreak View Post
    Hello mates.

    I have a doubt about a sentence.

    Is this right to say "I'll try to fit you on the schedule?"

    "into the schedule"

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    Default Re: schedule

    Thanks Anglika.

    I wonder why that always I "create" a sentence by myself it's wrong. Ok, at least it's just the preposition.

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    Exclamation Re: schedule

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    "into the schedule"
    It is perfectly correct to say into the chedule but when we consider the meaning of 'schedule' e.g. a list of timed, planned activities or events, whether 'you' being a person will fit into the list?

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    Default Re: schedule

    Well, yes, you can.

    I have a schedule of planned visits of people to see an important person. I can fit "you" into the schedule.

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