next Thursday

KennethC1Kwiziq community member

next Thursday

other than le jeudi prochain, I thought I saw somewhere that there was a way in French to be more specific. For some reason something like le quinzième comes to mind.  Can anyone clarify this for me? Thanks, Ken

Asked 1 year ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

"Jeudi prochain" or "ce jeudi" is most often heard when referring to next Thursday. Note, that there is also "jeudi en huit", which, however, means the Thursday following the next one, so the second Thursday.

JimC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Hi Kenneth,

Le jeudi d'après 

Jim

KennethC1Kwiziq community member

Thanks Chris- That is what I was trying to remember.  Seems much more exact and to the point. Merci mille fois.  Ken

next Thursday

other than le jeudi prochain, I thought I saw somewhere that there was a way in French to be more specific. For some reason something like le quinzième comes to mind.  Can anyone clarify this for me? Thanks, Ken

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