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    #1

    Cool ok

    Hello again,

    Can we say "Is it still ok for a lesson next wednesday at 5.30?" , if we want to ask for (a?) confirmation?

    Thanks
    W

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    #2

    Re: ok

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello again,

    Can we say "Is it still OK for a lesson next Wednesday at 5.30?" , if we want to ask for (a?) confirmation?

    Thanks
    W
    There are several options here:

    Is it still OK for us to have a lesson next Wednesday at 5.30?
    Are we still OK for a lesson next Wednesday at 5.30?
    Still OK for a lesson next Wednesday at 5.30? (informal)
    Are you still OK to have/give a lesson next Wednesday at 5.30?

    Remember that OK must be in capital letters.

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    #3

    Re: ok

    What's the right expression:

    To ask for confirmation

    To ask for a confirmation?

    Thanks
    W

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    #4

    Re: ok

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    What's the right expression:

    To ask for confirmation

    To ask for a confirmation?

    Thanks
    W
    Sorry, I missed that. You would "ask for/request confirmation".

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    #5

    Re: ok

    OK as is, except "OK" (caps) and "Wednesday" (capital "W") and "ask for confirmation".

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