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    agreement

    Let's say, last week we agreed to meet at 1 pm. I'm calling now to make sure that the meeting will take place.
    What do I say?

    1) I just want to make sure that the meeting is still on.
    2) Are we still on for 1 pm?

    Thanks.

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    Re: agreement

    Quote Originally Posted by irinaofr View Post
    Let's say (no comma here) that last week we agreed to meet at 1 pm. I'm calling now to make sure that the meeting will take place.
    What do I say?

    1) I just want to make sure that the meeting is still on.
    2) Are we still on for 1 pm?

    Thanks.
    Both of your suggestions are OK. Of course, only the second reminds the other person of the time of the meeting.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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