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    #1

    Which is the correct preposition?

    1. I have an appointment with your father for/on the 25th.
    2. I have made an appointment with your father on/for the 25th.

    Which preposition should be used in the above sentences?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Which is the correct preposition?

    I think It should be "I had an appointment for your father on 25th"
    Thanks

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