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    earliest date?

    Teacher, is this sentence OK? Can I say "earliest date" here? I am writing an email to two of my colleagues.

    I have booked an appointment for both of you to meet with Cherry Tan on May 30, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. That is the earliest date both of you are available. Both of your schedules are almost full for the next two weeks so it is difficult for me to book another appointment.

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    Re: earliest date?

    I'd put a comma before 'so', but otherwise it's fine.

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