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Its a weird day for me. Well, if you like electronic music house, DnB, breaks, techno , I'll comp you into our event tonight. My 30th was in September.
Turning 30 to me was like this huge turning point I'm still getting used to. Not old, but not young anymore. My 30th birthday is on Tuesday! My plans for that day is going to Chinese class and then going out with my friend of 5 years who I kinda dating a few weeks ago. I'm going traveling that weekend to celebrate the new era. I turned 30 two years ago.. I did try to celebrate a few months later at a cosplay convention but i think 3 people showed up for like 20 minutes.
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I asked a friend to meet up in person. He said we can meet tomorrow. What is the correct way to ask if he still going to come to the meeting? Is the meeting still on? Are we still going to meet up? Is there another way to ask that question based on English language grammar? But, especially when spoken by a non-native English speaker, the ambiguous "good for tomorrow" is apt to be confusing. It makes more sense to simply ask "Are we still having a meeting tomorrow?
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