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I got an email with a meeting request. The guy is asking am I available for a meeting later next week? I don't understand what it means by later next week and How it different from next week? Can some one explain this?
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I would read that to mean the "later" part of the week, Thursday or Friday.

If you are already IN the week or the month, then you can only go "later" than today.

On Monday: Let's meet later in the week. (Any time after tomorrow.)
On the 6th of the month: Let's meet about this again later in the month. (Perhaps any time after a week from now.)

This week, referring to next week: Are you free later in the week? (Could you meet Thursday or Friday?)
compared to
Are you free early in the week? (Could you meet Monday or Tuesday?)

(Wednesday could be either one.)
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vts nair The guy is asking am I available for a meeting later next week? I don't understand what it means by later next week and How it different from next week? Can some one explain this?
The guy is asking am I available for a meeting later next week?
The guy is asking if I am available for a meeting later next week? (later is redundant.)
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I'm trying to understand the usage of 'later'. I heard people use later many times when they suggest meeting schedules. For example later this week or month etc. Hence seeking clarification.
vts nairI'm trying to understand the usage of 'later'. I heard people use later many times when they suggest meeting schedules. For example later this week or month etc. Hence seeking clarification.
I think you are mistaken. I believe the word is sometime.

sometime this week or month etc.
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As Barbara said, it's later in the week, not later this week.


I got an email with a meeting request. The guy is asking am I available for a meeting later next week? I don't understand what it means by later next week and How it different from next week? Can some one explain this?

anonymousI don't understand what it means by later next week

later next week ~ in the later part of next week

CJ

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