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    Cool Postpone until the next Friday

    Hello!

    In my company, we have a meeting planned for every Thursday at 11.00. From now on, I'd like to move it to the day after.

    1) Can I say: "I'd like to move it to the next Friday"?
    2) Can I say: "I'd like to postpone it until the next Friday"?

    Thank you very much for your help.

    Will

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    Re: Postpone until the next Friday

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    In my company, we have a meeting planned for every Thursday at 11.00. From now on, I'd like to move it to the day after.

    1) Can I say: "I'd like to move it to the next Friday"?
    2) Can I say: "I'd like to postpone it until the next Friday"?

    Thank you very much for your help.

    Will
    "I'd like to have the Thursday meetings on Fridays in future."

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