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    else?

    If I've promised some someone to visit, but suddenly I've to go somewhere else. Can I say "Sorry, I've got to go somewhere else. I can't come today."?

    Is the underlined 'else' really necessary?

    Also, please tell me some more ways I can say this?

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    Re: else?

    Yes, the else is necessary because you have to be "somewhere else."

    I'm sorry, something has come up that I need to take care of.

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