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    How to ask question "Would" vs "Do/Does"

    Hi,


    I want to inquire someone "i want to talk to you at 5 O' clock in case if you would be free at that time"

    Should I ask like that

    "Does 5 O' clock time work for you to talk?" or
    "Would it better to talk at 5' O clock?"

    I am more interested in informal rather than formal.

    Kind regards

    Zuhair

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    Re: How to ask question "Would" vs "Do/Does"

    [QUOTE=Zuhair Abbas;802354]Hi,




    I am more interested in informal rather than formal.



    REMINDER: NOT A TEACHER


    (1) We need to talk. Does 5 o'clock work for you?

    (2) We gotta talk. How does 5 o'clock sound?

    (3) We've got to talk. Is 5 o'clock OK?

    (4) I really have to talk with you. Are you free around 5 o'clock?

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