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    The meeting has been scheduled ...

    The meeting has been scheduled from 1 June to 5 June.

    How should I rephrase the above sentence to be grammatically correct? Below are what, I think, are the correct sentences.

    The meeting has been scheduled for 1 June to 5 June.

    The meeting has been scheduled to begin on 1 June and end on 5 June.

    Am I correct?

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    Re: The meeting has been scheduled ...

    Both versions are grammatically correct.

    However, a meeting usually lasts for about an hour or so - not five days.

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    Re: The meeting has been scheduled ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    The meeting has been scheduled from 1 June to 5 June.

    How should I rephrase the above sentence to be grammatically correct? Below are what, I think, are the correct sentences.

    The meeting has been scheduled for 1 June to 5 June.

    The meeting has been scheduled to begin on 1 June and end on 5 June.

    Am I correct?
    The Healing Mind and Body Retreat has been scheduled to run from 1st June to 5th June, 2011.

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