keep my luggage

Status
Not open for further replies.

jibou

Junior Member
Joined
Dec 29, 2007
Member Type
Student or Learner
Teachers,

Let's say you arrived at your hotel before the check-in time and wanted to ask them if you could leave your luggage with them instead of carrying it around with you, What kind of expressions can you use?

Can you say:
Could you keep my luggage until check-in?
Can I leave my luggage here till check-in?
Can I leave my luggage with you till check-in?

These make any sense?


Thank you
 
R

RedMtl

Guest
Teachers,

Let's say you arrived at your hotel before the check-in time and wanted to ask them if you could leave your luggage with them instead of carrying it around with you, What kind of expressions can you use?

Can you say:
Could you keep my luggage until check-in?
Can I leave my luggage here till check-in?
Can I leave my luggage with you till check-in?

These make any sense?


Thank you

All of them are fine.
 

Amigos4

VIP Member
Joined
Oct 1, 2007
Member Type
Academic
Native Language
American English
Home Country
United States
Current Location
United States
Teachers,

Let's say you arrived at your hotel before the check-in time and wanted to ask them if you could leave your luggage with them instead of carrying it around with you, What kind of expressions can you use?

Can you say:
Could you keep my luggage until check-in?
Can I leave my luggage here till check-in?
Can I leave my luggage with you till check-in?

These make any sense?


Thank you

Yes, they all make sense! I would use the word 'until' in each sentence instead of 'till'.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top