Can you make it in today?
It is a common English question but I'm confused with this question. Does it means they already have an appointment? or is it an invitation?
For me, it is the same as "Can you come in today?" - INVITATION
it is much different with the word "Still" like "Can you still make it in Today?" - Existing appt.
maybe I'm just exhausted and I can't think properly that's why this question is confusing me.
Well, here's the whole scenario in RFOC:
Agent: Hi, I'm calling from XXX Dealership....
Customer: I don't need to talk to you.. I already talked to AgentX.. don't worry.
Agent: Okay, but can you make it in today?
Customer: I'll be there in like an hour.
Existing appt? or not?
Question ID: 2301340 Status:
Open May 29, 2017 - 10:54 AM
Category Questions > Car Wars: Reason and Outcome of Call