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    I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    1) I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    2) I want to cancel my appointment. I had an appointment tomorrow for am MRI.

    3) I have an appointment for an MRI on Sunday. Could you please tell me when report can be collected after the MRI? Or "how long does it take you to issue the report after getting it done?"

    4) It takes about eight hours to issue the report after doing it.

    5) You can collect it two days after getting it done.

    6) I have an appointment "on" or "for" Saturday for an MRI at ABC imaging center.


    Please check my sentences.
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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    1) I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    2) I wanted to cancel my appointment. I had an appointment tomorrow for am MRI.

    3) I have an appointment for an MRI on Sunday. Could you please tell me when the report can be collected after the MRI? Or "how long does it take you to issue the report after the scan?" getting it done?"

    4) It takes about eight hours to issue the report after the scan. doing it.

    5) You can collect it after two days. after getting it done.

    6) I have an appointment "on" or "for" Saturday for an MRI at ABC Imaging Center.


    Please check my sentences.
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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

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    Is the last sentence correct?

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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    Did you see my corrections?

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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    I have an appointment for an MRI at the ABC Imaging Center on Saturday.
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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    Quote Originally Posted by teechar View Post
    Did you see my corrections?
    Yes.


    I have an appointment "on" or "for" Saturday for an MRI at ABC
    Imaging Center. I was asking whether it is correct with both "on" or "for"?

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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    I have an appointment "on" or "for" Saturday for an MRI at ABC Imaging Center. I was asking whether it is correct with both "on" or "for"?
    Please write out both versions of the sentence. It's hard to figure out what you're asking when you include both the test sentence and the question about it in the same sentence.
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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    Please write out both versions of the sentence. It's hard to figure out what you're asking when you include both the test sentence and the question about it in the same sentence.

    1) I have an appointment for Saturday for an MRI at ABC Imaging Center.

    2)
    I have an appointment on Saturday for an MRI at ABC Imaging Center.


    Are these sentences correct?

    I have one more question do we say "I have booked an appointment with him" or "I want to book an appointment with them"?

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    Re: I have an appointment on Friday for an X-Ray.

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    1) I have an appointment for Saturday for an MRI at ABC Imaging Center.(but this is a somewhat casual usage)

    2) I have an appointment on Saturday for an MRI at ABC Imaging Center.

    I have one more question. Do we say "I have booked an appointment with him" or "I want to book an appointment with them"?
    Both options are possible. The first means you have already booked an appointment with a male physician or other service provider. The second means you intend to book an appointment with an unspecified group.
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