Useful vocabulary for making appointments

 

Job Titles
a plumbera lawyer

an electrician

someone who repairs and installs equipment to do with water, e.g. pipes, baths, toiletssomeone who’s an expert in law and advises people on legal matters, also known as a solicitor or an attorney in American English

someone who repairs and installs equipment to do with electricity, e.g. lighting

Services
a car service
a haircut
a check-up
a facial
a manicure
a pedicure
an examination and repair of a car to keep it working properly, e.g. an oil changehaving your hair trimmed or cut, perhaps to make a new hair style

an examination to make sure you or your teeth are healthy

a beauty treatment to keep the skin on your face healthy

a beauty treatment for your nails, e.g. applying nail polish

a beauty treatment for your feet and toenails, e.g. removing hardened skin from the heels

Language for making appointments
I’d like toI need to

I want to

book an appointment to seewith the doctora dentist

my lawyer

Steve

Mrs Saha

the plumber

the electrician

please.
Polite ways to soften a request
Is it possible toCan I

May I

book an appointment please?
Language for booking different types of appointments
…for…to have a car servicea haircut

a check-up

a facial

a manicure

a pedicure

…to have my eyes testedmy teeth cleaned

my eyebrows waxed

Prepositions for making appointments
…on…for MondayTuesday

Wednesday

…for todaylater today

next week

…at…for 10 am3 o’clock

1.30

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