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    Default Need help on Preposition, thanks teachers!

    Do I need to put the preposition "On" in front of " the next day" in the sentence as in:

    (On???)The next day, we woke up at 7 and had to get ready for breakfast at 8.

    Thanks for advising, teachers! ^o^

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    When we use 'next' and 'last', we don't need to use a preposition.

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    Thank you, teacher Tdol! ^o^

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    You're welcome. \(^_^)/

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