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    I am working on Tuesday at 10 am.

    I am trying to ask my tutor is she is still available on Tuesday so that is what I asked. Is this proper? If not, how to say?

    Thanks,

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    Re: I am working on Tuesday at 10 am.

    Quote Originally Posted by ZOEYW View Post
    I am trying to ask my tutor is she is still available on Tuesday so that is what I asked. Is this proper? If not, how to say?
    If you used the words in the title of this thread, then you need to know that they are not a question.

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