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English audio course: Appointments 2

Introduction
Getting to know each other
Job activities
Alphabet 1
Alphabet 2
Alphabet 3
Alphabet 4
Telephones
Listen hear
Months 1
Months 2
Questions 1
Questions 2
Appointments 1
Appointments 2
Do does 1
Do does 2
Weekdays 1
Weekdays 2
Weekdays 3
Phonetics 1
Phonetics 2
Customers
Phonetics e-a
Office equipment
Don't, doesn't
Phonetics u
Survey scuba
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Phonetics work walk
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Present simple, present continuous
Many much
Phonetics ou-au
Words with ex
Grammar tenses
Phonetics o
Grammar simple past 1
Grammar simple past 2
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You can have an appointment with your doctor or your dentist but we don't normally say: I have a meeting with my dentist. Instead we say: I have an appointment at the doctor's or I have a dentist's appointment.

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Another word that is very similar to appointment is the word date. A date usually is a private meeting with another person. So, when you say: "I have a date with my boss." it means you will see your boss privately. You probably know the term "blind date". That's a rendezvous with a person you have never seen before so you meet him or her for the first time.

OK, that's it for now. I must go because I have an appointment.

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