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    tomorrow's or tomorrow

    Should we say Our tomorrow's meeting will discuss climate changes or should we say Our tomorrow meeting will discuss climate changes?


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    Re: tomorrow's or tomorrow

    We'll discuss climate change in tomorrow's meeing.
    Last edited by Elemoi; 05-Dec-2009 at 10:46.


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    Re: tomorrow's or tomorrow

    Hello,
    Is it impossible to write that "our tomorrow's meeting will be about climate changes"?

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    Re: tomorrow's or tomorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by rumen View Post
    Hello,
    Is it impossible to write that "our tomorrow's meeting will be about climate changes"?
    It is not well constructed, why not write it like this: "Our meeting tomorrow will be about climate change".


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    Re: tomorrow's or tomorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    It is not well constructed, why not write it like this: "Our meeting tomorrow will be about climate change".
    What about Our meeting for tomorrow will be about climate change?


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    Re: tomorrow's or tomorrow

    Quote Originally Posted by Elemoi View Post
    What about Our meeting for tomorrow will be about climate change?
    Hi!

    I'm not a teacher.

    Prepositions are not generally used before tomorrow and yesterday.

    See: Practical English Usage by Micheal Swan, 1980 edition, entry 87/7/c.

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