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    How to say it correctly?

    Me and my friends haven't met since we have graduated from university. Is it correct to say this "We should meet up some time in Japan? or "We should catch up some time the time we are in Japan. Since Japan is our native country.

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    Re: How to say it correctly?

    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    Me and my friends haven't met since we have graduated from university. Is it correct to say this "We should meet up some time in Japan? or "We should catch up some time the time we are in Japan. Since Japan is our native country.
    "We should meet up some time in Japan? or "We should catch up some time, the next time we are in Japan.
    Either one of the above is fine.

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