Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

schedule

schedule
Meaning(s)
1) a record or plan for a particular time in the future
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    • check my schedule, a scheduled event, scheduled for next week
  • Analysis
    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)
    1. I don't know if I'm available on Monday. Let me check my schedule.
    2. Everything is ready. We should schedule the launch for next month.
    3. The boxing match will be a scheduled event, next Friday at 7pm.
    4. Our meeting has been scheduled for Monday morning at 9am. Please be there.
    5. Please schedule a meeting for next week. We need to discuss this.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. Our meeting has been scheduled for Monday morning at 9am. Please be there.
    2. Please schedule a meeting for next week. We need to discuss this.
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