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    Question (the) today's

    OK, this is my first day around here, so I can seriously overload you with different questions about using English. Sorry if it's going to a burden for someone. I'm not a pest, I'm just trying to improve my knowledge!

    Is it correct to use the definite article with expressions like today's or tomorrow's?

    For example, which is better: "during the today's meeting" or "during today's meeting"?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: (the) today's

    during the today's meeting
    during today's meeting
    during the meeting today

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