字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 In English, there are three words which mean your 'date' word. These are those. The first is the true use of 'date', which means a romantic meeting. They both like each other. Well, I'm not sure about her, but, they both like each other, they go out somewhere. That's called a 'date'. The next kind of meeting you wouldn't call a 'date'. You wouldn't 'date' your dentist. Maybe some people would, I don't know. But in this case, when you meet your dentist, that's not called a 'date'. That's called 'an appointment'. A Lawyer, doctor, psychologist... People who provide a service to you. Third kind is this one. Again, this one, we wouldn't call it a 'date'. It's for business, so we'd call it a 'meeting'. All of them you use the verb 'have'. But what about if you just meet a friend? There's no romance. There's no dentistry, and there's no business being discussed What then? How can you say: 'I'm meeting a friend?' It's exactly that. If it's romantic, you 'have a date'. If it's for a service, like a doctor, lawyer, dentist, you 'have an appointment'. If it's for business, you 'have a meeting'. If you're seeing friends, 'you're seeing your friend'. Or 'you're 'meeting your friend' - Both are okay. So I hope that is a little more clear now. Let us know what you have troubles understanding. We'll try and make a video for you. See you in the next class. Bye!