Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

Today find out how to casually and easily schedule plans in English with someone.

We’ll help you drop that formal English that you learned in school.

Today you’ll get the phrases and terms that you need to connect with someone and spend time with them.


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Phrases to ask someone to spend time together:

  • “When are you free?” This is more direct than saying, “Would you like to hang out?” or “Would you like to meet up?” or “Are you free on the (date)?”
  •  “When is good for you”? This is similar to saying “When are you free?”
  •  “How about the (date)?” or you could say “cCan we do (date)”?
  •  “That’s no good for me” or “That doesn’t work for me”
  •  “Does the (date) work?” or “Is the (date) ok for you?”


Have you used any of these phrases to schedule plans with someone?

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