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    How to arrange a date? Sentence structure.

    Hello,


    How do you usually arrange a date?


    What would be more appropriate and natural:


    -What about tomorrow/on Sunday at 5 near the Star Theater?
    -How about tomorrow/on Sunday at 5 near the Star Theater?
    -Let's meet tomorrow/on Sunday at 5 near the Star Theater?
    -Let's meet near the Star Theater tomorrow/on Sunday at 5?


    or nothing from that?


    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: How to arrange a date? Sentence structure.

    I assume that the person you are talking to is going to know that "tomorrow" is Sunday (if it is). Instead, try:



    What about tomorrow at 5 near the Star Theater?
    How about tomorrow at 5 near the Star Theater?
    Let's meet tomorrow at 5 near the Star Theater.
    Let's meet near the Star Theater tomorrow at 5.

    All of those are good.




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