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    #1

    Choice of Words

    Hi,

    I try to describe tomorrow situation will improve. Can I say 'Tomorrow will be better'? or 'Tomorrow will be brighter' is better?

    Thanks


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    Re: Choice of Words

    I try to describe tomorrow situation will improve. Can I say 'Tomorrow will be better'? or 'Tomorrow will be brighter' is better?
    "Tomorrow will be better" is just fine, and sounds pretty normal to me. Using brighter is OK, but could almost sound as if you were talking about the weather (which I assume you are not).

    Greg

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