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I saw an advertisement today reading:
"For your information, the meeting will be rescheduled to 21 March 2005. Please feel free to contact me for your availability."

It's concise but I am not sure whether it is grammatically correct. Is it correct ot use 'to' after 'rescheduled' instead of 'for'?

Furthermore, for me, I would write in a more clumsy but 'safer' way:

"For your information, the meeting will be rescheduled FOR 21 March 2005. Please feel free to contact me TO CONFIRM your availability."
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wein,

Your rephrasing is better. "rescheduled to" is used as an analog to "changed to", but as you point out, it's not convincing. "to confirm" is a good addition.

CJ
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Thank you Jim.

Is it correct to say "Please feel free to contact me for your availability"? I would compare the sentence with the following one:

"Please feel free to contact me for your seat."

I would consider the phrase after 'for' is the purpose. "Contact me for your seat" would mean that as you want to get a seat and therefore you would contact me. However, "contact me for your availability" seems a little bit odd as "availability" is not the purpose of the call. The purpose should be the confirmation of the your availabity and therefore I would write as:

"Please feel free to contact me to confirm your availability."

Am I correct?

Thanks.