meet at my convenince

kebi

Member
Korean-Korea
Would it be OK to ask your business partner a question like the following?

"Would it be OK for you to meet at my convenience?"

Thank you in advance.
 
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    We usually, out of politeness, offer to meet someone at their convenience, but I guess you could ask this.

    In BE, however, it might sound as if you are asking them to meet you at your own public toilets. :D
     

    dojibear

    Senior Member
    English - Northeast US
    Would it be OK to ask your business partner a question like the following?

    "Would it be OK for you to meet at my convenience?"

    Thank you in advance.
    No-one would bother to ask this. Instead, they would already know what time was convenient for them, and would ask if the partner could meet them at that time. They would mention the actual time when asking.

    Saying "Would it be OK for you to meet at my convenience?" is asking someone to promise to meet you at any possible time you later decide. That might be a time he can't meet you, so no reasonable person can agree to make that promise.
     
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