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  1. yervand


    Is there any difference between:
    a. Will you be free tomorrow to have a drink with me?
    b. Will you be available tomorrow to have a drink with me?
    Does b mean that we are not going to fix the time of the meeting now, while a is unclear as to when the arrangements are going to be made?

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: available

    To me, b. expresses a need to discuss business, whereas a. doesn't.


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