April 23rd, 2014 in English for children
In this lesson, we will explain some common expressions you can use to make arrangements.
To make an arrangement use, We can….
We can eat out tonight.
We can go to the movies.
We can take the train.
We can schedule the meeting for tomorrow.
We can discuss our concerns with the manager.
We can meet outside the cinema.
To explain an arrangement, use I’ll…
I’ll bring my violin.
I’ll call you before I leave.
I’ll wait outside the library.
To ask someone where they would like to meet, use Where…?
Where shall we meet?
Where would you like to meet?
Where shall we go to eat?
Where would you like to spend the evening?
Where would you like to go on holiday?
To ask someone when they want to meet, use When…? or What time…?
What time does the meeting start?
When would you like to meet for dinner?
When shall we meet?
To check whether someone is happy with an arrangement, use Is…okay?
Is Monday okay?
Is 4 o’clock okay?
Is it okay to bring my child along?
Is it okay to wear casual clothes?
Is it okay to park here?
To ask what the best arrangement is, use Is it better to…?
Is it better to hire a cab?
Is it better to arrive early?
Is it better to book tickets early?
Is it better to meet outside the club?
Is it better to ask his help?