the next day or the following day in French

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the next day or the following day in French

From the lesson:  Note that to say the next day or the following day in French, you use le lendemain, and the previous day/the day before is la veille. 


The explanatory phrase, "from a past perspective," needs to be inserted into the Note to make it clear.

Asked 1 year ago
MarkC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Maybe but it is not the topic of the lesson and does link you to a full explanation 

See also the more advanced When to use "demain"/"hier" vs "le lendemain"/"la veille" vs "le jour suivant"/"le jour précédent"

the next day or the following day in French

From the lesson:  Note that to say the next day or the following day in French, you use le lendemain, and the previous day/the day before is la veille. 


The explanatory phrase, "from a past perspective," needs to be inserted into the Note to make it clear.

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