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    "OK with me" or "OK by me"

    Hi all,
    When I'm proposed a new date for a meeting, and there's no problem for me, what is considered the most correct answer
    1. "OK with me"
    2. "OK by me"
    3. "OK for me"
    TIA
    Last edited by TerDale; 08-Aug-2006 at 10:32. Reason: Adding a 3rd possibility

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    Re: "OK with me" or "OK by me"

    "Ok for me"

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    Re: "OK with me" or "OK by me"

    Quote Originally Posted by TerDale View Post
    Hi all,
    When I'm proposed a new date for a meeting, and there's no problem for me, what is considered the most correct answer
    1. "OK with me"
    2. "OK by me"
    3. "OK for me"
    TIA
    1 and 3 are equally acceptable in this situation. Colloquially people often used 2 also.

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