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    #1

    asking the date of something

    When will be held the Open Day?
    Do you already have a date set to/for the Open Day?


    Could you kindly give your inputs regarding these sentences?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: asking the date of something

    When will be held the Open Day?
    When will the Open day be held?

    Do you already have a date set to/for the Open Day?
    Do you have a set date for the Open Day?
    or
    Do you have a date set for the Open day?


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    #3

    Re: asking the date of something

    Quote Originally Posted by tedtmc View Post
    When will be held the Open Day?
    When will the Open day be held?

    Do you already have a date set to/for the Open Day?
    Do you have a set date for the Open Day?
    or
    Do you have a date set for the Open day?

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    #4

    Re: asking the date of something

    Thanks.

    Solved my problem but I wonder what's the problem with the "already". Is it wrong or just unnecessary?

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    #5

    Re: asking the date of something

    Quote Originally Posted by anreak View Post
    Thanks.

    Solved my problem but I wonder what's the problem with the "already". Is it wrong or just unnecessary?
    It is not necessary. If I say "Do you already have it?" I might be indicating surprise that you have the item sooner than I expected you to have it.


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    #6

    Re: asking the date of something

    I think I got you.

    Do you have it yet?

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    #7

    Re: asking the date of something

    Quote Originally Posted by anreak View Post
    I think I got you.

    Do you have it yet?
    I think so.

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