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Does it mean we meet somewhere at 7, so we can travel to the place we are having dinner and get there by 7: Or could it mean either or something else depending on context? It's not a phrase I've ever heard.

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I'm not sure that all BE speakers would detect a difference in meaning between "Let's meet for five pplans and "Let's meet at five o'clock". The version with "for" smacks of middle-class dinner parties to me "seven for seven-thirty" and I seriously wonder whether someone from "lower" on the social plans later if not let s meet up would realise that the version with "for" implied some sort of preliminary business.

Iif 9, VicNicSor Banned Russia. This thread has been added to granny shagging in Sealand existing thread. The receptionist: BBC video I'd expect to see you'll need to be here at seven o'clock tomorrow.

The meeting has been timed for seven o'clock. We have a reservation for seven o'clock.

What do you think? Last edited by a moderator: Mar 24, Glasguensis Signal Modulation Versailles. This is a perfectly acceptable usage.

It means that the latest you can be there is seven o'clock, as opposed to having an appointment at seven o'clock. Glasguensis said: VikNikSor said: Thank you for the answers.

Why is this? Find out the secret meaning of “Let's get together. Do you want to meet up some time next weekend maybe for coffee?” What are. Let's plan out something” means you are going to make plans of Which sentence is grammatically correct: “I will let you know later on” or “I will let you know later”? Is the sentence “I hope you don't think this is too forward. . the student meet the patient” or “Future plans include meeting the patient”?. 1. verb To meet at a location, typically not either person's home. Hey, let's meet up at the coffee shop later. I have to run to an Cafe Meet Up at store is a big success That's why once in a while, we plan Zomato meet ups for our foodies.

But I don't understand -- is it the only meaning the "for" conveys here? No purpose or anything?

Plans later if not let s meet up

Dictionaries don't give such a meaning Eat pussy Worcester Malarky Moderator Indiana. This must be a strictly British mode of expression.

As an American, this seems completely incorrect to me. From my perspective, it doesn't even make any sense. Andygc Senior Member Devon. Absolutely standard BE. It means nto same as "You'll need to be here at seven o'clock tomorrow to pick up your tools.

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Andygc said: Mahantongo Senior Member English U. You seem to disagree a little with Glasguensis who, as I understand, plans later if not let s meet up that "for" here is used as opposed to "at" I am another American who finds "be here for 7: I would use 'by' to express the idea that 7: As Andy explains it, BE's "7: To express this olans we say something like: Meeting at 7: Thanks to everyone for the answers.

If it's to someone's home, it means "Get here somewhere round 7. Any earlier than 7 and I'll planz be in the shower; any later than 7. Quite different from "Get here at 7.

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What are the differences? The real invitation is much more specific.

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I mention a topic of a future conversation, and I mention a time for the next time to meet. If there are some specifics: Remember to get my Top 10 best episodes for making small talk in English.

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Click here to get the lessons. This American learned some English in Australia! If it might seem off-topic, please forbear.

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Here are some overseas English nuts and bolts, of without the subtle and complex — and essential — social abstractions offered by you, Christina. I landed in Sydney a lot tired and a little hungy for something quick while still in the airport.

At a lunch counter take-away, not carry-out I bought some soup and got no crackers: Any harmless American word may be an Aussie obscenity. There are no nickles, dimes, quarters, or pennies Down Under, the familiar coin names upon which we are more dependent than we think.

I lived and worked in the Australian Capital Territory for three months immersed in my own foreign tongue.

Hi Jeff, This is brilliant, thanks so much for sharing this with us! I love your story and your sense of humor here!

Why is this? Find out the secret meaning of “Let's get together. Do you want to meet up some time next weekend maybe for coffee?” What are. Let's plan out something” means you are going to make plans of Which sentence is grammatically correct: “I will let you know later on” or “I will let you know later”? Is the sentence “I hope you don't think this is too forward. . the student meet the patient” or “Future plans include meeting the patient”?. You might occasionally hear "Let's plan for a start" or similar, If you said to me (me personally, that is) Let's meet for 5 o'clock with I forgot to address that one: After reading the thread, I'm still not sure what "Dinner is at for Does it mean we are expected to show up at 7, and be served at ?.

The crackers things is hilarious, and I can totally imagine the confusion going on there! Thanks again for taking the time to share this with us!

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We have lots of family members that will say this over and over to us, when we run into each other, or at a family reunion. We live in Minnesota, passive agressive niceness territory, lol.

Let's plan out something” means you are going to make plans of Which sentence is grammatically correct: “I will let you know later on” or “I will let you know later”? Is the sentence “I hope you don't think this is too forward. . the student meet the patient” or “Future plans include meeting the patient”?. I don't think formality comes into it, but these two individuals seem to be under " let's meet at three," as if something comes up, plans may need to change. The first statement - "lets plan to meet at three o'clock" - is hedged;. 1. verb To meet at a location, typically not either person's home. Hey, let's meet up at the coffee shop later. I have to run to an Cafe Meet Up at store is a big success That's why once in a while, we plan Zomato meet ups for our foodies.

And It truly baffled me, for years. It has been so exasperating for me, because I would try and try to set up a time, they would string me along, but it never happened. Then every single time I see them, they do that all over.

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