saying hello/goodbye; arranging to meet Revision:
Present Perfect - how about…? - to look forward to - (to) come over
All the expressions are colloquial, (informal) English.
make a date:
agree a date and time to meet, i.e. Lets make a date to meet next week.catch up:
to exchange news with a someone you haven't seen for some time, i.e. We must meet soon and catch up.meet up:
to meet, i.e.Shall we meet up some time next weekend?come over:
to go to someone's home, i.e. Come over to my place tonight. ages:
a long time, i.e.
- I haven't seen you for ages.
- She hasn't had a holiday for ages.
- With ‘since': It's ages since we've been to a party.
- For ages' can mean days or years depending on the context.
to hurry, leave quickly, i.e
- Oh, is that the time? I must dash: I want to get to the supermarket before it closes.
(our) place - our home