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    #1

    The next one/ exercise/ next

    Hi,

    Please, which one is better?

    1.This exercise will take a few minute, and the next exercise will too.
    2.This exercise will take a few minute, and the next one will too.
    3.This exercise will take a few minute, and the next will too.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: The next one/ exercise/ next

    Quote Originally Posted by HifaMo View Post
    Hi,

    Please, which one is better?

    1.This exercise will take a few minutes, and the next exercise will too.
    2.This exercise will take a few minutes, and the next one will too.
    3.This exercise will take a few minutes, and the next will too.
    You would hear/read any one of the three, but I would be inclined to use #2.
    Thanks.
    b.

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    #3

    Re: The next one/ exercise/ next

    I agree that of those three, the second is the most likely. However, I want to add that "This exercise will take a few minutes and so will the next one" is probably more likely.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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