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Hello, everyone:

I've made some sentences and please check them for me and see if there are any mistakes. They are:

We will leave next Monday.

We will leave on next Monday.

Next Monday we will leave.

On next Monday, we will leave.

We will leave on Monday next.

On Monday next, we will leave.

These sentences are about the usage of next....,since I'm not a native speaker, I'm not sure which are the correct ones. Please! Please help me with my problem and I'd deeply apprecite it.Emotion: smile
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Gencebay90Whay I know is that If next, this and that is used with days to form adverb of time, then no preposition is used

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I agree. No preposition is used if the day/year has each, every, last, next, this, that before it.

EX:
- We all come home each Thanksgiving.
- Let's plan to visit uncle Tom every year.
- We had fun together last night.
- We will meet again next Monday.

Hoa Thai
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Hi

I would say that 1,3 are correct, and the rest of them are wrong.

As far as I know you either use "next Monday" or "on Monday," but never both at the same time, i.e. "On next Monday" or "On Monday next." That's I would definitely say "We will leave next Monday."

That's my opinion!

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Whay I know is that If next, this and that is used with days to form adverb of time, then no preposition is used

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"We will leave on next Monday" is wrong?
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