Cancelling Plans In English Useful Vocabulary and Expressions


English Vocabulary and Expressions

English Vocabulary and Expressions

Have you ever made a plan with someone, but then realized you need to change or cancel the plan?

There are lots of reasons why you would need to change or cancel plans in English…
– Perhaps something more important or urgent has come up.
– Perhaps you’ve double-booked yourself
– You might be feeling lazy or just not feel like it!

Cancelling plans can be a little awkward (especially if you are doing it at late notice!) So, in this lesson, I’m going to give you some useful expressions that will help you to help you cancel or change plans, in English.

Read the full transcript to this video on my blog:

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