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    move

    Is this sentence correct?

    Mrs. Leong has an appointment with Dr. Xin next Friday at 4:00 p.m. As she is not able to find someone to take care of her baby in the afternoon, she has requested to move her appointment to a morning appointment.

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    Re: move

    '... she has requested that the appointment be rescheduled for a morning session.'

    Not a teacher.

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