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    Use of the word NEXT versus Coming

    I would like to know when to use the word NEXT, meaning adjacent to.

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    Re: Use of the word NEXT versus Coming

    Quote Originally Posted by Ribpreto211+me View Post
    I would like to know when to use the word NEXT, meaning adjacent to.
    The letter "W" can be found next to the letter "Q" on your keyboard.
    John and Mary are sitting at adjacent desks in the classroom. John is sitting next to Mary.
    The bakery is next to the post office.

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