- How do you ask for an appointment?
- Can you please let me know convenient time?
- How do I ask my boss for his time?
- What’s your availability?
- How do you ask if the meeting is still on formal?
- How do you ask for time?
- How do you politely ask for time?
- How do you politely ask for free time?
- At what time is convenient for you?
- Do you say convenient to you or convenient for you?
- What is the suitable time to call you?
- How do you ask someone about their availability?
How do you ask for an appointment?
When making an appointment you should give the person your name and the reason for wanting an appointment.
You should also ask the amount of time the appointment will take and if you should expect a wait time prior to the appointment..
Can you please let me know convenient time?
“your convenient time”: This is unnatural. You would use “time convenient for you” if you want to stress on the addressee’s convenience or “a convenient time” if you want to talk about a time convenient to both of you.
How do I ask my boss for his time?
Generally, managers are pretty open to the idea of discussion while having lunch or over coffee. You can directly check with him; ask him for his time and let him know what you’d like to discuss. Just request him politely to spare time for this meeting. Tell him why you are requesting meeting on a short notice.
What’s your availability?
One question you might be asked during a job interview is, “What days/hours are you available to work?” Employers often ask this because they want to know how flexible you are. When answering this question, you want to be honest about your availability, but also emphasize that you are flexible (within reason).
How do you ask if the meeting is still on formal?
2 AnswersI hope we are still meeting tomorrow as planned? ( Formal & Humble)I hope the meeting is still on? ( Informal)Is the meeting still on? ( Informal)Are we still catching up tomorrow? ( Casual)Is there any change of plans for tomorrow’s meeting?Hope the plan for tomorrow’s meeting still holds good!
How do you ask for time?
When you tell the time in English, the hours always come first. If you look at the clock and see that it is 3:00 p.m., then you can say “It is three” or “The time is three o’clock.” It is that simple! Remember that when you are talking about just the hour, and no minutes, then you will often use “o’clock.”
How do you politely ask for time?
Please let me know a convenient place and time to meet.It would be great if you could kindly inform me about a place and time for our meeting as per your convenience.Looking forward to meeting you, upon your intimation of place and time.
How do you politely ask for free time?
Depends on your familiarity with them, but I like “hey ^boss’ name^, when you have a free few minutes, I’d like to talk to you about ^whatever^ please. Thanks!” A more formal way might be: “Sir, when you have a free few minutes, I’d like to talk to you about ^whatever^ please. Thank you.”
At what time is convenient for you?
Yes, it’s grammatically correct, but it sounds a bit stilted. You might use this expression in very formal writing, but even there it would be better to say, when it would be convenient [for you].
Do you say convenient to you or convenient for you?
Hi friends, “convenient to you” or “co. “convenient for you” is correct. They’re both correct.
What is the suitable time to call you?
Both are correct but “should” is much more polite because it is inviting the recipient to offer a time which convenient to the recipient. “Can” is more common but means when am I ABLE TO CALL YOU. You are able to call at any time but you may not receive a reply if the recipient is not at home all the time.
How do you ask someone about their availability?
How do you ask an email availability? Open the email with a sentence that tells the reader you are writing to schedule an appointment at his convenience. Follow the purpose statement with your reason for requesting the meeting. Tell the recipient briefly who you are and the reason why you need to meet with him.