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Hi,

Which one of the following sentences is more accurate?


  1. 1. She called in to inform me that she wouldn’t make tomorrow’s appointment.

  2. 2. She called in to inform me that she wouldn’t make it for tomorrow’s appointment.


Thanks

MG.
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Hi Musicgold

You could use either one of the sentences, but I think it would sound more natural if you added 'be able to'.

In addition, I think 'to' would sound more natural than 'for' (but I wouldn't say 'for' is wrong).

- She called (in) to inform me that she wouldn’t be able to make (it to) tomorrow’s appointment.

To me, the words in parentheses are optional.
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Hi,

Both are OK, and both are somewhat informal.

Best wishes, Clive
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Thanks a lot guys.