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    • Join Date: Feb 2005
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    nearly here

    I often hear "nearly here" being used for a season or a month.
    eg. "Winter season is nearly here". "November is nearly here".

    I would like to know whether "nearly here" can be used for a specific day.
    For example, "The match is nearly here" is right?

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    Re: nearly here

    If you're waiting for a specific day or date, then yes.


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