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Old April 22, 2009, 04:19 PM
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Bueno, puede ser un poco equívoco, pero es el contexto el que determina de qué tipo de cita se trata.
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Bueno, puede ser un poco equívoco, pero es el contexto el que determina de qué tipo de cita se trata.
Y dependeria de que tal es la doctora?

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Bueno. Se puede decir - a que hora quiere hacer/concertar la cita para el médico. (Los dos infinitivos se puede usar) Gracias todos.
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Bueno. Se puede decir - a que hora quiere hacer/concertar la cita para el médico. (Los dos infinitivos se puede usar) Gracias todos.

Hacer no creo, pero concertar es mas apropiado.
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He escuchado a muchas personas decir......

Quiero programar una cita con el médico.

Is this wrong or not used or?
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He escuchado a muchas personas decir......

Quiero programar una cita con el médico.

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Tambien se usa asi por estos lares....
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"Programar una cita" is not incorrect and not unusual.
It sounds to me a little bureaucratic, but it might only be my own prejudice.
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He escuchado a muchas personas decir......

Quiero programar una cita con el médico.

Is this wrong or not used or?
It sound better.
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También se usa alguna vez, pero no tanto. "Programar" se usa más para pruebas médicas: "me han programado una ecografía para el lunes", especialmente en el sector médico. En los hospitales tienes que ir a "Programación" para que te den día y hora para una prueba médica, es decir, una cita.
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