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I trying to reply for an email with my available dates and times for the interview

“I’m available on the dates and times mentioned below. Please let me know if any of them works for you.”

Does this suffice (or) Is there a better/shorter way I can reply?

I think it would be better to mention it as your convenience rather than availability. Here is an example:

It would be convenient for me to have the interview on 5th, 10th or
18th of August. Do please check your calendar and inform me when it
could be scheduled.

Here you may mention the dates in any form respective to the proximity.

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  • Replying to a solicitation for a job interview should be done in the context of making such an interview convenient for the prospective employer, not the employee. Further, any reply that narrowed opportunities to only a handful of dates can create the notion that interviewing for this prospective job is something you’ll do if nothing better or more important appears on your schedule. On that basis, I would respectfully disagree with the selected answer and submit the following:

    “I will make every effort to accommodate your earliest convenience for
    an interview. My schedule shows that I have no conflicts on August
    16th, 18th, and 19th.”

    The objective is two-fold: Be gracious and deferential to the prospective employer, and provide specific dates for which scheduling would be simplest.

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    i am available on the following dates and tim

    Let’s say a friend of mine tells me the following:

    Nice! Let’s meet up for a drink this week.

    And I want to say, “Sure let’s do it. I will propose a few …, and you tell me if either of them works for you.”

    I cannot come up with an idiom or other expression that works.

    I would say

    I’ll send a couple of dates and times. Let me know if any of them work for you.

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  • There seems to be no standard idiom available for this job. What I hear and use most often is:

    I’ll send you some suggested dates and times.

    You might say:

    I’ll send you some options and let me
    know what works for you.

    The phrase pencil it in or pencil you in is sometimes used jokingly among busy friends in instances like this. See def. 2 From NOAD:

    pencil something in 1 fill in an area or shape with pencil strokes : a lot of the outlines had been penciled in. 2 arrange, forecast, or note down something provisionally or tentatively : May 15 was penciled in as the date for the meeting. • (pencil someone in) make a provisional or tentative arrangement with or for someone : he was penciled in for surgery at the end of the month.

    Pencil is used because the plan is tentative and pencil can easily be erased. In some circumstances this idiom can be used as a not-so-subtle way of saying the meeting will never happen (i.e. “Sure, I’ll pencil that in next week”) but among friends who obviously want to get together, it can be a way of gently poking fun at someone’s busy schedule while letting them know you really want to get together. You could say:

    Sure, let’s do it. I’m free Tuesday and Thursday evening. Can you pencil me in?

    Re-reading your question, I realized the crux has more to do with what to call the dates and times you can meet. I think the wording of my example works well—just calling them the times that you’re free. Of course, if there is some romantic interest, you could also call them the times you are available with a slight emphasis on that word.

    I think it would be better to talk about schedule openings and time slots:

    I have several openings in my schedule this week. I’ll send you those time slots and you can see if any of them work for you.

    A few sentences that seem reasonable

    “Sure let’s do it. I’ll propose a few free days, and you tell me if either of them work for you.”

    “Sure let’s do it. I’ll let you know my availability over the next few days, and you let me know when best suits you.

    (You can replace days with times, evenings, mornings etc to be more time specific)

    Why not simply:

    I’ll propose a few days, and you tell me if either works for you…

    I just say, “Great, how is Monday, November 20th at noon?” I find the whole process goes quickly when someone takes that first step and gets literal with the date. 🙂

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    how to answer would you be able to come in for an interview on ***date*** at

    ***time***?

    is it okay to use :

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  • It depends on the level of formality you wish to set. I feel that the first option you suggest is too formal, and the second option too informal.

    In messages about job applications, people generally prefer to be quite formal, so your first option is a safe choice as long as you add the word ‘the’: I will be available at the aforementioned date and time.

    However, the word ‘aforementioned’ is very formal and almost never used in conversation, so I would suggest a more natural-sounding alternative: Yes, I am available at the time you suggest. I look forward to meeting with you then.

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    i am available on the following dates and tim

    This must be a simple question for a native speaker.

    I know that we use “on” with dates: I’ll see you on January 1st.

    And we use “at” with times: I’ll see you at 17:30.

    But what preposition has to be used when we speak for date and time:

    I’ll see you on January 1st at 17:30. looks ok.

    But what in this case: It happened on 2014-01-01 17:30.

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  • Is “on” correct when we are specifying the date and the time?

    The date-time comes as a ready text as 2014-01-01 17:30 and I cannot modify it. I can only put text before the date-time string or after it.

    The construction for your fourth example would be the same as your third:

    on DATE at TIME

    While most people would understand it without the AT, it is strictly correct to include it.

    In computing, the notion of date and time is often amalgamated into a single entity, a datetime.

    It may be required that a datetime is presented in a particular format. An example datetime expressed in ISO 8601 may take the form 2019-06-12T14:07:38Z. The problem is that these standardized datetimes do not naturally blend into English text. Neither It happened on 2019-06-12T14:07:38Z nor It happened at 2019-06-12T14:07:38Z are standard English.

    I would argue that ‘at’ is the better option since we are referring to a moment in time rather than to a day as ‘on’ would imply.

    As far as I know from my teaching experiences; you should consider the smallest time unit when using a prep. As follows;
    It happened in 2014
    It happened on 2014-01-01
    It happened at 2014-01-01 17:30
    I hope this helps.

    You would always use both.

    Let’s do something at TIME on DATE

    You could abbreviate the “at” out in some circumstances but only when facilitated by grammar and cadence… And even then, it’s still implied:

    Shall we meet on DATE… around TIME?

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    i am available on the following dates and tim

    i use it when i send link (URL for file or something) for some one, so what is the correct to say

    Please find file on the following link
    OR
    Please find file at the following link

    For me, the correct interpretation is at the following link.

    Why? Because URL’s are “Uniform Resource Locators”. They identify a way of finding something, and you can find that resource at a location.

    Conversely, On serves no purpose (in this context). If I had a specific server in mind, where I knew a file was, I might say to you “Frodo, you can find that file on Server2”. It’s on that server.

    But links aren’t servers, they are directions and so you can find it at that arbitrary-location, irrespective of the real location.

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  • That’s my interpretation anyway 🙂

    on the following is incorrect.

    at the following is correct, but verbose.

    I would avoid both options and remove “the following link” from the phrase. This part of the sentence actually says nothing. following merely confirms that the thing you’re talking about is coming up next in the sentence and link identifies it as a link, which it obvious.

    It’s like saying the following word is a synonym for cat: feline. Instead, just say feline is a synonym for cat.

    I would say

    you can find the file at http://…

    or

    you can download the file from http://…

    I personally despise the use of please find or its hideous overseer please find attached. Consider a terser and more practical tone.

    *The report ( http://… ) provides details…”

    *Your requested file is now avaialble at http://…”

    The only time I can think of to say “on the following”, is:

    “We picked up the puppy on the following Tuesday,” or, “The timeshare is available on the following dates…”

    Use “at” for places – “on” for times.

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    We use phrases with prepositions as time adverbials:

    We say at night when we are talking about all of the night:

    When there is no moon, it is very dark at night.
    He sleeps during the day and works at night.

    but we say in the night when we are talking about a specific time during the night:

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    He woke up twice in the night.
    I heard a funny noise in the night.

    We often use a noun phrase as a time adverbial:

    We can put time phrases together:

    We will meet next week at six o’clock on Monday.
    I heard a funny noise at about eleven o’clock last night.
    It happened last week at seven o’clock on Monday night.

    We use ago with the past simple to say how long before the time of speaking something happened:

    I saw Jim about three weeks ago.
    We arrived a few minutes ago.

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    Submitted by Vinnie75 on Fri, 02/04/2021 – 22:14

    Submitted by Peter M. on Sat, 03/04/2021 – 07:20

    In reply to I am confused with the by Vinnie75

    Hello Vinnie75,

    It’s possible to use in with past forms as well as future.

    When we use in with future forms it can have to meanings, depending on the context: to show how long after the time of speaking a task is done, or to show how long it will take to complete:

    I’ll do it in three days. [either it starts in three days from now or it will take three days to complete, depending on the context]

     

    When we use in with past forms it only tells us how long a task took:

    They did it in three days. [the job took three days to complete]

    For the second meaning in the past we would need to use a verb like promise:

    They promised to do it in three days.

     

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Vinnie75 on Sat, 03/04/2021 – 11:41

    In reply to Hello Vinnie75, by Peter M.

    Submitted by Peter M. on Sun, 04/04/2021 – 07:50

    In reply to Hi Peter, thank you for by Vinnie75

    Hello again Vinnie75,

    Your understanding is correct apart from one point. We don’t use ‘in’ to talk about the duration of an activity, but the duration of time it took to achieve a goal. Thus, we would say ‘we rode a bike for two hours’ (not ‘in’). However, we could say ‘we rode to the top of the hill in two hours’, because this describes a completed task or goal.

    duration of an activity: for

    time taken to achieve a goal or complete a task: in

     

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

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    Submitted by Salum Hilali on Tue, 26/01/2021 – 18:22

    Submitted by Kirk on Wed, 27/01/2021 – 07:49

    In reply to I would to know more about by Salum Hilali

    Hello Salum Hilali,

    In general, you need to use ‘on’ in sentences 1 and 2, and also in similar sentences. I’m afraid it’s really difficult to generalise about all sentences, as exactly how we say things depends a lot on the situation the sentence is used in.

    You might find this page in the Cambridge Dictionary helpful.

    Hope this helps.

    All the best,

    Kirk

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by RamyLarrom on Sun, 03/01/2021 – 20:31

    Submitted by Jonathan R on Mon, 04/01/2021 – 07:40

    In reply to I want to share old pictures by RamyLarrom

    Hi RamyLarrom,

    I think I’d probably say Five years ago this week, … . ‘This week’ can be used as a time adverbial, without a preposition, so I wouldn’t use in or on here.

    Does that make sense?

    Jonathan

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by RamyLarrom on Mon, 04/01/2021 – 22:24

    In reply to Hi RamyLarrom, by Jonathan R

    Submitted by Jonathan R on Wed, 06/01/2021 – 03:00

    In reply to Hi sir Jonathan, by RamyLarrom

    Hi RamyLarrom,

    Oh, I see 🙂 Then, I’d just write Five years ago this week (without continuing the sentence).

    Best wishes,

    Jonathan

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Y74629Y on Mon, 26/10/2020 – 17:54

    Submitted by Peter M. on Tue, 27/10/2020 – 08:08

    In reply to Hello, by Y74629Y

    Hello Y74629Y,

    The distinction is quite simple, I think. An adverb is a single word which modifies a verb or a clause/sentence. An adverbial is a word or a group of words with the same function. In other words, all adverbs are adverbials.

     

    In your examples, ‘yesterday’ and ‘then’ are both adverbs as they are single words. They are also adverbials, as all adverbs are part of the larger group which we call adverbials.

     

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Y74629Y on Tue, 27/10/2020 – 11:29

    In reply to Hello Y74629Y, by Peter M.

    Submitted by CHÉKYTAN on Thu, 03/09/2020 – 14:33

    Submitted by Kirk on Thu, 03/09/2020 – 17:33

    In reply to Dear Sir, by CHÉKYTAN

    Hello Chekytan,

    You can use these three phrases in several different orders and people would understand them all. I think it’d be clearer, though, if you put ‘next week’ and ‘on Monday’ next to each other (it doesn’t really matter which goes first), since they both refer to a day and the other phrase refers to a time. 

    When there’s a prepositional phrase that refers to time (e.g. ‘in the afternoon’) and another prepositional phrase that refers to a place (e.g. ‘to the beach’), usually the place phrase comes before the time phrase: ‘We’re going to the beach in the afternoon’ is more natural than ‘We’re going in the afternoon to the beach’. The second one isn’t really wrong, but native speakers almost always use the first order instead of the second one.

    All the best,

    Kirk

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by OlaIELTS on Mon, 13/07/2020 – 01:46

    Submitted by DebbieV on Thu, 18/06/2020 – 10:03

    Submitted by Kirk on Thu, 18/06/2020 – 17:41

    In reply to Why is it: by DebbieV

    Hello DebbieV

    When we make a day of the week plural after the preposition ‘on’, it refers to repeated events. For example, ‘I go to the market on Fridays’ means I go there every Friday, whereas ‘I’m going to the market on Friday’ refers to my plan for one specific Friday. Actually, quite often, people leave out the preposition ‘on’ and just say the plural day of the week (‘I go to the market Fridays’).

    I’m not sure I’d say ‘evenings’ (which is not a day of the week) in the first sentence you ask about, but it doesn’t sound wrong to me and I’d understand it to mean ‘every evening’ — though of course the adverb ‘always’ also makes this clear.

    In the second case you ask about, ‘in the morning’ is another way of saying ‘a.m.’ — in this case, ‘morning’ (or any other time of day) isn’t used in the plural in any situation that I can think of.

    Does that help you make sense of it?

    All the best

    Kirk

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by DebbieV on Fri, 19/06/2020 – 08:09

    In reply to Hello DebbieV by Kirk

    Submitted by anna from germany on Wed, 08/04/2020 – 11:35

    Submitted by Kirk on Wed, 08/04/2020 – 15:23

    In reply to Hello, by anna from germany

    Hello Anna

    The last one is the best choice — normally, a preposition isn’t used before ‘the next day’.

    All the best

    Kirk

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Dean on Fri, 17/05/2019 – 23:35

    Submitted by Peter M. on Sat, 18/05/2019 – 07:05

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    Submitted by Smiley1 on Fri, 01/03/2019 – 01:03

    Submitted by Peter M. on Fri, 01/03/2019 – 07:40

    In reply to Is our meeting on schedule? by Smiley1

    Hello Smiley1,

    The correct terms are, as you say, on schedule and on time.

    If you say on the schedule then it is a mistake, but not one which would stop people understanding you.

     

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Smiley1 on Sun, 03/03/2019 – 12:45

    In reply to Hello Smiley1, by Peter M.

    Submitted by mFred on Thu, 21/02/2019 – 13:57

    Submitted by Kirk on Thu, 21/02/2019 – 15:12

    In reply to Hello LearnEngliah Team, by mFred

    Hello mFred

    The second one is the best one, though in standard British English the word ‘seconds’ would be ‘second’ (in the singular). Units that are used as part of a noun modifier usually go in the singular — this is why ‘second’ is better here. Another example is ‘a twenty-kilo sack of rice’ or ‘a one-litre bottle’.

    The indefinite article ‘an’ goes with the noun ‘break’. But since ‘break’ has the noun modifier ‘eight seconds’ before it, and ‘eight seconds’ begins with a vowel sound, we use ‘an’ instead of ‘a’.

    I hope that helps you and your friends!

    All the best

    Kirk

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by babsel on Sun, 15/10/2017 – 18:05

    Submitted by Peter M. on Mon, 16/10/2017 – 07:22

    In reply to Hello teachers, by babsel

    Hello Babsel,

    In my opinion as far as the first example goes both forms are correct and are in common use. The second example (with ‘meet’) requires ‘on’. When there is an event which characterises a date such as a birthday, a historical anniversary, or a holiday like Christmas or Thanksgiving, then we can use the date without the preposition. When we are simply talking about something which we choose to do on a given date such as a meeting, a trip, a wedding or a party then we need to use the preposition.

     

    Best wishes,

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by hermit_tea on Sun, 01/10/2017 – 07:38

    Submitted by Peter M. on Sun, 01/10/2017 – 08:14

    In reply to Good day sir! I have a by hermit_tea

    Hello hermit_tea,

    The prepositions we use to describe when something happens are as follows:

    in the morning

    in the afternoon

    in the evening

    at night

    at the weekend (Saturday – Sunday

    in the week (Monday – Friday

     

    It is possible to say ‘in the night’ when we want to say ‘during the night’.

     

    Best wishes,

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Timothy555 on Tue, 26/09/2017 – 16:07

    Submitted by Kirk on Tue, 26/09/2017 – 20:33

    In reply to Hi, by Timothy555

    Hello Tim,

    I suspect there may be some variation in what people mean, but in general I’d say ‘in 10 mins’ means 10 minutes from now and ‘at the end of class’ means either in the last moments of class or immediately after. In any case, I wouldn’t take either form literally in most cases — people use them to give an approximate time rather than a precise one most of the time. Context will usually tell.

    All the best,
    Kirk
    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Timothy555 on Thu, 24/08/2017 – 15:38

    Submitted by Kirk on Thu, 24/08/2017 – 18:50

    In reply to Hi Teachers, by Timothy555

    Hello Tim,

    I use ‘next’ in the same way as you, i.e. to refer to the week after the one I’m currently in. But that is not necessarily the way everyone uses it. I’ve had similar misunderstandings with other native speakers as well as non-native speakers. So I’m afraid there is no clear correct way to say this. When I want to be sure, I often say something like ‘next Tuesday, in 9 days’ or ‘next Tuesday, the (date)’.

    All the best,
    Kirk
    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Timothy555 on Sat, 19/08/2017 – 00:52

    Submitted by Peter M. on Sat, 19/08/2017 – 07:52

    In reply to Hi Teachers, by Timothy555

    Hello Tim,

    Yes, I think your summary is a good one.

    The use of ‘coming’ in that example is indeed redundant. It is a stylistic option.

     

    Best wishes,

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Timothy555 on Sat, 12/08/2017 – 00:07

    Submitted by Peter M. on Tue, 15/08/2017 – 06:02

    In reply to Hi Teachers! by Timothy555

    Hi Tim,

    Yes, that is correct. If you say that something happened last week then it does not tell us what time or what day the event occured.

     

    Best wishes,

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Ray Hsu on Sun, 18/06/2017 – 04:21

    Submitted by naghmairam on Tue, 24/01/2017 – 05:29

    Submitted by Peter M. on Tue, 24/01/2017 – 06:11

    In reply to Hi, by naghmairam

    Hi naghmairam,

    I don’t think there is a difference here. The rule is the same but is phrased slightly differently. We use ‘at night’ with a general meaning and ‘in the night’ when we are talking about a particular time or period during the night.

     

    Best wishes,

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by radovan1972 on Fri, 30/12/2016 – 09:45

    Submitted by Peter M. on Sat, 31/12/2016 – 08:21

    In reply to Hi LE team, by radovan1972

    Hi radovan1972,

    Yes, that is correct. Well done!

     

    Best wishes,

    Peter

    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Gregor Samsa on Mon, 12/12/2016 – 13:35

    Submitted by Kirk on Mon, 12/12/2016 – 13:40

    In reply to ‘I was looking at my keyboard by Gregor Samsa

    Hello Gregor,

    Do you mean the preposition ‘in’ in ‘in an idle Prague afternoon’? That isn’t standard – as you seem to suggest, ‘on’ is used with ‘afternoon’: ‘on an idle Prague afternoon’ is what I’d write.

    By the way, I’d also suggest ‘for a long time’ instead of ‘for long’.

    All the best,
    Kirk
    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by Maria del Pilar on Mon, 14/11/2016 – 07:44

    Submitted by Kirk on Mon, 14/11/2016 – 12:06

    In reply to Good morning, by Maria del Pilar

    Hello María de Pilar,

    There is a very useful page on this in the Cambridge Dictionary’s Grammar section. I think that should answer any question you might have, but if not, please let us know.

    All the best,
    Kirk
    The LearnEnglish Team

    Submitted by marimupx on Wed, 26/10/2016 – 14:01

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