Appointment, reservation, meeting, & plans are similar, so they can be confusing for a lot of English learners. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how these four words are used. Check it out!
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Here are the example sentences:
- I have a dentist appointment on Thursday morning.
- Jenny made an appointment with her trainer at 4:00.
- I have six appointments in my schedule on Monday.
- She made a reservation for 6:00pm at our favorite Italian restaurant.
- Cathy has reservations at a really nice hotel in Vegas.
- I need to call the airline to see if I can make a reservation to fly to Miami this weekend.
- On Friday I have a meeting with a publishing company.
- The board of directors will hold a meeting on September 1st.
- I had a meeting scheduled for today but it got cancelled.
- I have plans with my sister for dinner.
- On Friday I have plans with my friends to meet in Times Square.
- Do you have any plans this weekend?
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- Yesterday I asked what you will do to study English. What is your answer?
Today’s listening challenge:
- Which day is busier for Michael, Thursday or Friday? Why?
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