Year Of English, Day 306: Appointments, reservations, and meetings

Today’s lesson is brought to you by Michael at Happy English, providing students with the opportunity to learn practical English language skills and build speaking confidence.

We use appointment with a person, generally a professional like a doctor, lawyer, or the dean of a university.
I will make an appointment to see the dean.
I have an appointment with my dentist.

We use reservation with a company, generally for travel and entertainment, like flights, hotels, and restaurants.
I made a reservation at the steak house.
I have a hotel reservation for two nights.

We use plans* when we have arrangements with friends or family.
I made dinner plans with Jane tomorrow.
I have plans to take my sister shopping.

*Note: Plans is always plural.
I have plans with Jim.
NOT: I have a plan with Jim.

You can use make + appointment/reservation/plans to describe the action of arranging it.
I need to make an appointment with the dentist.
I made a reservation for the restaurant on Friday.

You can use have + appointment/reservation/plans
I have plans with my friends this weekend.
I have an appointment with my doctor tomorrow.

Fuente: Year Of English

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