Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) a record or plan for a particular time in the future
How to MemorizePopularity HighProfessional HighSocial
check my schedule, a scheduled event, scheduled for next week
A schedule is a plan for carrying out an event or a process and their intended times. A schedule can also mean a formal list or itemisation of things that need to be documented or addressed. As a verb, to schedule, something means to plan for something to happen at a specific time or place or to make arrangements for something to happen. you can say something is going 'to schedule' if it is running on time or according to plan.
Social Examples (Basic)
I don't know if I'm available on Monday.Let me check my schedule.
Everything is ready. We shouldschedule the launch for next month.
The boxing match will bea scheduled event, next Friday at 7pm.
Our meeting has beenscheduled for Monday morning at 9am. Please be there.
Pleaseschedule a meeting fornext week. We need to discuss this.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Our meeting has been scheduled for Monday morning at 9am. Please be there.
Pleaseschedule a meeting for next week. We need to discuss this.
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