Which is correct:
"fits my schedule" or "fit in with my schedule "?

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fits my schedule

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used when something aligns well with one's existing schedule.

Examples:

  • I can attend the meeting at 3 p.m. because it fits my schedule.
  • Her work hours fit perfectly with her children's school schedule.

Alternatives:

  • suits my schedule
  • works for my schedule
  • is convenient for my schedule
  • matches my schedule
  • is compatible with my schedule

fit in with my schedule

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used when something needs to be integrated or accommodated within one's schedule.

Examples:

  • I can try to fit in with your schedule for the meeting.
  • The appointment doesn't really fit in with my schedule this week.

Alternatives:

  • accommodate my schedule
  • adjust to my schedule
  • work around my schedule
  • be in line with my schedule
  • be synchronized with my schedule
Both phrases are correct, but they are used in slightly different contexts. 'Fits my schedule' is commonly used when something aligns well with one's existing schedule, while 'fit in with my schedule' is used when something needs to be integrated or accommodated within one's schedule.

Last updated: March 21, 2024

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