DO YOU NEED A “CITA”?
Spanish people often get confused when they try to translate “cita” into English. Many students think of the word “date” because this is maybe what they have heard in American films or series. The problem here is that the word “date” is mostly used in a romantic context: “I am going on a date with her/him tomorrow.”
If you want to talk about a “cita” that is more formal or work related then you need to use the word “appointment”. This word is especially used in terms of going to the doctor or the dentist: “Tomorrow I have an appointment with my doctor.”
So remember there are two words that you need to think about when you think of the word “cita”:
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