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Hello.
I'll be grateful for your help.
1)Is it possible to say "next day" instead of "tomorrow", for example: "I'm meeting with him next day."?
2)Is it possible to use "develop" in the meaning "explain", for example:"He will develop the situation later."?
Thank you very much for help.

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    1) No. You might say, I'm meeting him the next day after the convention. But we don't use "next day" to replace "tomorrow."

    2) No.

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