Diana Silva
To arrange something Hello. I just met a frien/ d I hadn't seen for months and I would like to go out with him to have a conversation. How can I say it? - Let's arrange something? - Let's schedule something? Is there a better way to say it?
Oct 17, 2019 1:29 PM
Answers · 2
Both are fine. Arrange = to decide everything: time, place, etc. Schedule = focussed a bit more on the time only. Also a bit more formal, more likely to use this at work. But really both are fine.
October 17, 2019
Hi, Both of those sentences are correct, but 'schedule' is a little more formal than 'arrange'. If it were me, I'd probably say something along the lines of, "Let's meet up, when's good for you?", which is a bit more casual than either of your sentences.
October 17, 2019
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Diana Silva
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English, Portuguese, Spanish
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