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1. During the next few years, you will
grow fast.

2. In the next few years, you will
grow fast.

3. The next few years, you will grow
fast.

4. Next few years, you will grow fast.

(Are they all the same? What is the difference between #3 and #4?)

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    #4 is incomplete. #2 gets my vote!

    Sra

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