Gathering place?

Discussion in 'English Only' started by Eason, Dec 2, 2010.

  1. Eason New Member

    Chinese - Cantonese
    Let's say a group of people are going to a place B for an activity. But they are going to gather at A first before travelling to B together. Can I say A is the gathering place of the activity? Is it ambiguous cos they also gather at B? Any alternative word or phrase? Thanks.
  2. Gwan Senior Member

    Indre et Loire, France
    New Zealand, English
    Hi, welcome to the forums.
    I would say 'we're meeting at A and then we'll go to B together'. If you must use a noun, you could call A the 'meeting place', but it wouldn't be how I'd usually express that.
  3. Eason New Member

    Chinese - Cantonese
    Thanks Gwan.
    Yes I want a noun so that I can list the details of an activity in a concise way. I guess "meeting place" is ok for my purpose. But I would still be happy if there are some other suggestions.:)
    By the way, can "meeting" be replaced with gathering/assembling/assemblage?
  4. Einstein

    Einstein Senior Member

    Milano, Italia
    UK, English
    I'd say "assembly point" or "meeting point".

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