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I want to ask someone if "Thursday" is a good day for a skype meeting.

How should I ask?

  1. Is Thursday at 10am a good day? (sounds wrong)
  2. I just want to confirm our meeting at XYZth at 11am. Will you be available? (sounds weird)

Update:

I already sent an email for this person and he didn't reply yet. I just want to make sure that he saw my email and confirm the meeting.

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Here are a few I can think of if you are asking for the first time:

  • Are you free on Thursday at 10am? - What time on Thursday are free?
  • How about Thursday at 10am? - Are you free any other time on Thursday?
  • Can we speak on Thursday at 10am? - At what time can we speak then?

For confirmation (at least what I've heard):

  • Is everything in order (as planned) for Thursday?
  • Are we still okay on Thursday?

You could eventually write and ask him why he didn't reply:

  • You didn't answer my email, I'm worried, so do we meet on Thursday at 10am or not?
  • Sorry, I forgot to mention that I already sent an email for this person and he didn't reply yet. I just want to make sure that he saw and confirm. – Eds Jan 22 '18 at 12:42
  • @Eds Include that in your question, please! – SovereignSun Jan 22 '18 at 12:42
  • I updated my question. – Eds Jan 22 '18 at 12:44
  • Thanks! One more question. Is "I would like to confirm our meeting on Thursday. Is this date and time good for you?" a nice way to ask? – Eds Jan 22 '18 at 12:52
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    @Eds In this case you're stating that the meeting will definitely be, but you are not asking the receiver to confirm it. – SovereignSun Jan 22 '18 at 12:54

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