“in the next” or “on the next”, which one is appropriate?

“in the next” or “on the next”, which one is appropriate?

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  1. Both “in the next” and “on the next” are grammatically correct and can be used in daily conversations. However, their use depends upon the scene.

    e.g. “in the next” implies a more specific time, while the “on the next” implies a more general time. For example, “I will be back in the next two days” implies that you will return on a specific day. “I will be back on the next day” implies that you will return on any day after the day you leave.

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