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  1. ElevenWu
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    Smile About Convenient

    Hi experts,

    I'm not sure how to use convenient.

    For example, is it convenient for you to attend this meeting on tomorrow?

    Is it right?

    It seems most time it used as attribute, such as convenient time.

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    Re: About Convenient

    Both are fine. Your example is good.

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    Re: About Convenient

    Except for the "on tomorrow" part.

    With "tomorrow" we don't use "on.

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    Re: About Convenient

    Right, hadn't noticed that part, thanks Barb.

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    Re: About Convenient

    I always do that - get too focused on the issue asked about and miss the other bits.

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