Business: Making Appointments in Spanish Posted by on Aug 11, 2014 in Spanish Vocabulary

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Hello there!

So you’re already pretty good at Spanish and want to improve your business language – this post is for you!

We’re going to start with how to make appointments in a business scenario. Remember that these are ready-made sentences that are going to help you because you don’t need to reinvent the wheel – why not study and use these sentences? You make modify them to suit your own needs – so let’s do this!

La Operadora / Recepcionista – The operator

  • ¿Usted quiere pedir un horario? – Would you like to make an appointment?
  • Esta semana es difícil. – We’re really busy this week.
  • Lo siento muchísimo, pero el miércoles no es posible. – I’m so sorry, Wednesday is full.
  • ¿Puede ser el viernes? – Could you make it on Friday?
  • ¿El viernes le viene mejor? – Is Friday better for you?
  • Si hay alguna cancelación le comunico. – I’ll call you if there are any cancellations.
  • Puedo apuntarlo/la para hoy a la tarde. – I could squeeze you in for this afternoon.
  • ¿Qué horario será mejor para usted? ¿En la parte de la mañana o de la tarde? – What’s better for you: the morning of afternoon?
  • ¿Le viene biene a las diez? – How’s 10:00 for you?
  • Entonces, ¿puedo apuntarlo/la para el jueves a las diez? – So, can I put you down for 10:00?
  • Bueno, entonces hasta el viernes. – OK, so we’ll see you Friday, then.

La persona pidiendo un horario – The person making the appointment

  • Hola. Me gustaría concertar una cita con… – Hi. I’d like to make an appointment to see…
  • ¿Tendría algo disponible para el viernes a las diez? – Do you have anything available on Friday at 10:00?
  • El jueves me viene muy mal. – Thursday is really bad for me.
  • ¿Puede ser otro día? – Can it be some other day?
  • ¿Será que podría atenderme hoy? – Can you maybe squeeze me in today?

Por hoy es todo. Nos vemos prontito.

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English / Spanish teacher and translator for over 20 years. I have been blogging since 2007 and I am also a professional singer in my spare time.