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    Are we up for Saturday? Are we on for Saturday?

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    Are we up for Saturday? Are we on for Saturday?

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    I am not really sure which one of this two phrases should I use when I want to ask somebody if our previously planned meeting is still taking place as accorded. It is a bit of slang I think but I would love to use it correctly. In addition could anybody tell me the exact translation of this phrase to german? (In case it existed also in a sort of slang not a really formal way to say it)
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    Mariotol
    Verfassermariotol (243141) 02 Nov. 06, 12:51
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    Sorry, no clue regarding the English but:
    Wie sieht es aus (mit Samstag)?
    or
    Steht unser Termin am Samstag noch?
    or
    Klappt es am Samstag?
    #1Verfassersir drinkalot (247390) 02 Nov. 06, 13:08
    VorschlagBleibt's bei ...tag?
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    I'd use "on for ...day", but I guess you can also use "up for ...day"
    #2Verfasser Alan (De/US) (236282) 02 Nov. 06, 13:14
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    I'd actually say "Are we still on for Saturday?" in the context of a previously arranged meeting - saying just "are we on for Saturday?" would be said after the initial discussion concerning meeting arrangements.

    "Are we up for Saturday?" sounds weird to me. I'd only ever say "up for" in the second person - "Are you still up for Saturday?" - or the first if I were stating my own feelings - "I'm still up for Saturday (if you are)".
    #3VerfasserJo02 Nov. 06, 13:16
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    I would ask a friend:
    "Are we still on for Saturday?" literally meaning "That thing we talked about/planned, is it still happening?"

    I would never ask: "Are we still up for Saturday?" If you are asking a group of people the correct (but still colloquial I guess) would be "Are you lot still up for Saturday?"
    #4VerfasserDr. Marvin Candle (GBR) (247554) 02 Nov. 06, 13:19
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    If I was asking somebody this in German I would ask:
    "Geht's noch am Samstag?"
    and hope to hear back:
    "Von mir aus gerne"
    #5VerfasserDr. Marvin Candle (GBR) (247554) 02 Nov. 06, 13:23
     
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