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    Question 6 days

    today is Jan 1st and I have a Dr appointment on Jan 6th, I should say :

    - I have a dr appointmetn in next 6 days
    - I have a dr appointment in 6 next days
    or what ?

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    Re: 6 days

    Quote Originally Posted by sh.hazeri View Post
    today is Jan 1st and I have a Dr appointment on Jan 6th, I should say :

    - I have a dr appointmetn in next 6 days
    - I have a dr appointment in 6 next days
    or what ?
    I have a doctor's appointment in five days time.
    I have a doctor's appointment five days from now.

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