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    • Join Date: Jul 2007
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    when for?

    when someone makes appointment, and sets the date, is it ok to say "for when" or do you say "when for"? which is right?

    • Join Date: Jul 2009
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    Re: when for?

    As a native speaker I think that both are fine. I have heard both and I would use both interchangeably. As a teacher, Iíd stress that with such short questions forms the intonation is really important. Make sure that there is a clear rise, and itíll be clear itís a question.
    All the best,


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