Tomorrow I have an appointment with another person to speak and train English. I want to remind him about this:

We have an appointment on Wednesday at xx a.m, haven't we?

But it sounds too formal. It's only a private call.

Can you recommend anything?

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    In modern Present-day English, We have (present simple) X, don't we?, but We have done (present perfect) X, haven't we?. I think your version is slightly more formal than my versions solely by virtue of its being old-fashioned. I think some (older?) Brits might still talk that way, but most people don't talk like that. – user3395 Sep 3 '19 at 16:40

A good informal sentence would be:

Are we still on for the English training on Wednesday at xx a.m.?

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