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I plan to visit London in next January for 1 time.
I plan to visit Liverpool in next Match for 1 time.
I plan to visit Leeds in next April for 1 time.

Then, which of the following sentence is correct?

1) The date for each visit has not been confirmed.
2) The dates for each visit have not been confirmed.
3) The date for all visits has not been confirmed.
4) The dates for all visits have not been confirmed.

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The exact dates for my visits have not been confirmed.

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i think the true answer is "3"
Cool BreezeThe exact dates for my visits have not been confirmed.CB
I am not sure, but I guess it's...
uktousI plan to visit London in next January for 1 time.

I plan to visit Liverpool in next Match for 1 time.

I plan to visit Leeds in next April for 1 time.
I have three trips planned: I will visit London next January, Liverpool in March, and Leeds in April.

Don't use "in" with "next." In the next month, okay, but "next January."

And "for 1 time" doesn't work either. You could say "once" but it's not necessary.
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Hi,

Which one is correct? Date or dates? Someone please help me answer this question.


Thanks!