See you tomorrow?

benjik

New Member
Czech
Hi, if I want to ask someone if we'll meet tomorrow, how do I say that? "Shall we meet tomorrow?"/ "Will we meet tomorrow?", ...
Thanks a lot!
 
  • Pauline Meryle

    Senior Member
    English UK
    "See you tomorrow?" is a good option, leaving the other person to agree or not.

    "Shall we meet tomorrow?" sounds like an invitation from the questioner, who is hoping for the answer "yes".

    "Will we meet tomorrow?" is more neutral. The two people could happen to be in the same place tomorrow, so they might see each other. The questioner would like an answer but is not issuing an invitation.
     
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    benjik

    New Member
    Czech
    Thank you, Pauline!

    Let me just ask.. how about these versions?:
    "Are we going to meet tomorrow?"
    "Are we meeting tomorrow?"

    Am I right in saying the 2nd one suggests we've already made an arrangement whereas the 1st one doesn't?
     

    wolfbm1

    Senior Member
    Polish
    I do not meet my student regularly as he sometimes needs to cancel or reschedule a meeting.

    I would like to confirm the next meeting which has tentatively been scheduled for tomorrow. Can I ask these question:

    So, see you tomorrow?
    See you tomorrow?
    Are we seeing tomorrow?
    Are we meeting tomorrow?

    I think I can. Am I right?
     

    wolfbm1

    Senior Member
    Polish
    How about these sentences:

    Are we seeing each other tomorrow?
    Are we meeting each other tomorrow?
    So, we see each other tomorrow.
    So, we meet each other tomorrow.
     
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