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    travel

    Hi,
    Could you help me?

    Let's say that A,a tourist meets B in a country.

    A has a return airticket and she wishes to change her (travel date) back home.
    B knows about this and he asks ' when is your (initial returning date) and when do you intend to travel back?

    questions:
    1) I wonder if 'travel date' is correct?
    2) I'm not sure with the sentence structure:
    "when is your (initial returning date) and when do you intend to travel back"

    Is it correct to use 'when' to ask a specific date?
    Is this term correct 'initial returning date'?

    If these phrases sound weird to your ear, how would you, native speakers say it?

    please help and thanks

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    Re: travel

    How about:

    When was your original return date and when is your new return date?

    or

    What was your previous return date, and when did you re-schedule it for?

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