How do you politely ask for availability?

How do you politely ask for availability?

How do you ask an email availability? Open the email with a sentence that tells the reader you are writing to schedule an appointment at his convenience. Follow the purpose statement with your reason for requesting the meeting. Tell the recipient briefly who you are and the reason why you need to meet with him.

How do you respond to when are you free?

You could say: “Okay, just let me know latest by [a specific date/day].” If he doesn’t reply by then, it’s fine to pester him about it (“Hey dude, so when will you be free?”) and if he still doesn’t want to reply then you should drop this insincere “friend”.

Are you free now meaning?

This means the person is available and not busy with things he/she had been doing so far. Here, the two can be used interchangeably. This means the person wants to emphasise the time at which he/she is free, which is now.

What do you say when a guy asks you when your free?

Well, here are some examples:

  • “So I want to take you out next week sometime. Thursday night we should go get dinner.”
  • “So I really want to try this new sushi place near me. We should go there Tuesday night.”
  • “We should go get drinks Friday night.”

Are you free or will you be free?

“Are you” is the present tense, while “will you be” is future continuous tense. Technically speaking then, the difference is that “are you free on Sunday” is asking somebody for their present plans or the current state of their diary for Sunday.

Can you call me when your free?

“Call me whenever you are free” is a nice, casual statement that pretty much invites the other person to call whenever they feel like it. It’s open and welcoming, but not demanding. “Call me when you can” is a bit more urgent sounding, and in effect requests that the other person call as soon as he/she is able to.

Can I call you is correct?

can I call you vs shall I call you. “Can I call you?” is used when you want to ask permission to phone someone at an undetermined point in the future. “Shall I call you?” is used when you want to offer to phone someone.

How do you ask to be free?

I don’t want to be informal, but I don’t have to be too formal either. Let me know when you are free so that we can discuss this in more details. Let me know when you are available so that we can discuss this in more details. Let me know when you are not busy so that we can discuss this in more details.

What is the best time to call?

The best time to call is generally in the morning between 9 am and 10 am. Typically, it is best not to call between 12 –2 pm since this is when most people take lunch.

How do you reply to am I speaking to?

The normal way of replying when they have asked to speak to you is to say, “Speaking.” This can be short: “Can I speak to John Smith, please?” “Speaking.”

What is the difference between speak to and speak with?

In common usage they are used interchangeably, but for more formal speech most people use “Speak to” when indicating one person and “Speak with” when indicating more than one person. Examples: “Please speak to John Doe when you arrive.” “Please speak with the journalists after the forum doors open.”

Can I talk to you or can I speak to you?

The only difference is that speak is more formal than talk. For example, talking to a friend is casual while speaking with your students is more formal and informative. Further, talking is more like striking a conversation (2 ways) while speaking comes from the noun speech, which often means relaying information.

Can I talk to you or can I talk with you?

A lot of students ask me about the difference between talk to and talk with. The answer is that there’s essentially NO difference when two people are having a conversation, and both of them are speaking. You can say “Sue is talking to John” or “Sue is talking with John” – they’re the same!