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    Cool appointment

    Hello!

    Can we say: "At the end of our phone conversation, we arranged an appointment for next Tuesday".? (= I'm going to meet them next Tuesday).

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    Re: appointment

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Can we say: "At the end of our phone conversation, we arranged an appointment for next Tuesday".? (= I'm going to meet them next Tuesday). You can say that. But it is more common to say 'made an appointment' or 'scheduled an appointment'.

    Thank you
    W
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    #3

    Re: appointment

    You can also say "set up an appointment." I think "made an appointment" is the most common way to phrase it, though.

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