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Request a Time/Booking/Meeting

Posted by Right-Wingnut July 25, 2014 in the Group I Have a Question.

I would like to write a letter to a Chinese parent requesting a time at a Parent-Teacher meeting.

The evening has already been arranged (by the school), booking is done by parents online, but this particular parent has not yet booked and I would like her to do so due to concerns with the child's progress.

I just don't know what word to use. In English, do I request a meeting/time/booking/....? What is the most appropriate Chinese word here? I'm guessing that 开会 is not what I want to use.

Precisely what I want to say:

"Could I request that you book a time to see me via the online booking system" (given that I have already discussed the parent-teacher meeting in general).

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