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    next time Vs THE next time

    Hi,

    Could someone provide me with the difference between next time and the next time please?
    Here is an example I have doubts with:
    We would like to provide you with some specific recommendation regarding your company's current situation ______ you register for our conflict resolution workshop.
    Which one of the two should be used to fill in the blank?

    Many thanks!

    p.s. Please feel welcome to point out any mechanical errors in this message.

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    Re: next time Vs THE next time

    Welcome to the forum, Colonel.

    First look at the Similar Threads at the bottom of the page.

    Then try inserting your excellent thread title into the Search box at the top of the page.

    You will find links to previous discussions of this topic.

    Rover

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    Re: next time Vs THE next time

    Thank you for the useful tips! I have found the answer to my question in a similar thread.

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