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    The photographer asked me when I need the picture by. I say: Later in the afternoon

    The photographer asked me when I need the picture by. I say:

    Later in the afternoon would be good.

    VS

    Later this afternoon would be good.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: The photographer asked me when I need the picture by. I say: Later in the after

    Yes.

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