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    appointment?

    Is it too formal to say to a friend : After Easter we can make a new appointment ?

    Is there any other choice you would suggest?

    Thank you

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    Re: appointment?

    Quote Originally Posted by ratóncolorao View Post
    Is it too formal to say to a friend : After Easter we can make a new appointment ?

    Is there any other choice you would suggest?

    Thank you
    It's too formal if you're just arranging to meet your friend. You would usually say something like, "After Easter, we'll have to pick a date when we can get together."

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    Re: appointment?

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