Which is correct:
"fits your schedule" or "fits in your schedule"?

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fits your schedule

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used to indicate that something aligns well with your existing schedule.

Some examples from our editors:

  • I hope the meeting time fits your schedule.
  • Let me know if this appointment fits your schedule.
  • Does this event fit your schedule?

Some alternatives from our editors:

  • suits your schedule
  • works for your schedule
  • is convenient for your schedule
  • matches your schedule
  • is suitable for your schedule

fits in your schedule

This phrase is correct but less common in English.

This phrase is used to indicate that something can be accommodated or inserted into your schedule.

Examples:

  • I can see if this task fits in your schedule.
  • Let me know if this appointment fits in your schedule.
  • Does this event fit in your schedule?

Alternatives:

  • fits into your schedule
  • fits within your schedule
  • fits inside your schedule
  • fits within your timetable
  • fits within your agenda
Both phrases are correct, but they are used in slightly different contexts. 'Fits your schedule' is more commonly used and implies that something aligns well with your existing schedule. On the other hand, 'fits in your schedule' is also correct but less common, and it emphasizes the idea of inserting or accommodating something within your schedule.

Last updated: March 26, 2024

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