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HanSolo

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Hi All,
I'm amazed that this is so difficult, should be trivial, but all the google translations I get back are garbage no matter how I word it, and even doing it manually with a dictionary is getting me '??' responses.

How do I ask for time availability? For example "which evenings are you free?" or "what evenings are you available?" or "what days are you free/available?" or "Are you available on Wednesday morning?" or "How is your availability this week?".

Many thanks!
 

Mike Cash

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You want to use あいている

Can you handle making the sentences yourself now that you know that or will you be needing us to make them for you?
 

Toritoribe

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空[あ]く/空いている, 都合がいい or 時間がある is the verb for that purpose.
どの/いつの夕方が空いていますか/都合がいいですか/ご都合がよろしいですか。
何日が空いていますか/都合がいいですか。
水曜の朝は空いていますか。
今週は時間がありますか。
etc. etc.

EDIT:
Oops! Mike-san beats me!
 
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