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    is this sentence with "next time" correct?

    is this sentende with "next time" correct?
    or do i have to use the future form?

    "next time i go to your house, i want you to cook for me"

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    Re: is this sentence with "next time" correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by LiGui View Post
    is this sentende with "next time" correct?
    or do i have to use the future form?

    "Next time I go to your house, I want you to cook for me."
    Your sentence is correct (with the correct capitalization and punctuation). You could also use "the" before "next".

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    Re: is this sentence with "next time" correct?

    Thanks Mike!

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    Re: is this sentence with "next time" correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by LiGui View Post
    Is this sentence with "next time" correct ? or do I have to use the future form?
    Always capitalise I and the first word of every sentence.

    You don't need to make a new post to say 'Thank you'. Just click the Like button.

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