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Is it:
je serai chez toi dans dix minutes.
(I will be by you in ten minutes)

Je viendrai à toi (?) demain.
(I will come to you tomorrow)


  • FRENCH -

    Yes, for "within" = dans dix minutes OR "n less than" = en moins de dix minutes.

    Yes, literally! OR I'll be with you? = Je serai avec toi demain.

    Sra (aka Mme)

  • FRENCH -

    Merci beaucoup!

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