I wonder how an American pronounces…
A schedule (noun, verb) is a written plan
of things that will be done and when they will be done.
Let’s see how we use the word ‘schedule’ in sentences.
Christiane has scheduled a new project.
Now she has a deadline to meet.
First, she set up a weekly schedule.
Then she put together a daily schedule.
Then she posted the schedule for everyone to see.
The group can’t meet the current schedule.
They can’t keep up with the schedule.
They’re falling behind schedule.
They’re running behind schedule.
Christiane can change the schedule or hire some more people.
They have a busy schedule.
They have a tight schedule.
What a hectic schedule!
Now it’s going well.
They’re right on schedule.
It’s going as scheduled.
They’re even a bit a head of schedule.
They met the schedule.
They got the job done on time.
The customer is happy.
additional words that we use
with the word…schedule
arrange … design … draw up … prepare … plan
have … work to … keep to … stick to
ambitious … demanding … grueling
heavy … punishing … rigid … strict … full
bus … flight … train
work … business … production … training
course … baseball … tv
The project is scheduled for next month.
It is scheduled to (begin, start, take place) on July 4th.
She’s going to take time out of her schedule to call her son.