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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    Question about reconfirming an appointment.

    Hi there.

    I have a question about reconfirming an appointment.

    Someone makes an appointment and wants to reconfirm it; what is the

    common phrase in this case?

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    Re: Question about reconfirming an appointment.

    If you have made the appoinment, you may wish to confirm it, There is no need to re-confirm it,

    Could I confirm my that my appontment with Dr Smith is for 10.30 next Tuesday, please?

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