Tomorrow, the day after tomorrow and...

Hello,

What is the phrase that comes after “the day after tomorrow”, please? I wanted to say “We are going to meet tomorrow, the day after tomorrow and the second day after tomorrow”. Normally, the set expression is “tomorrow and the day after tomorrow”. Is the underlined phrase correct? If it’s not, is there a better way of saying it?

Thank you so much.

Best wishes,
Bhikkhu1991a.

No.

We are going to meet tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, and the day after that

Nice question i was wondering about it too…

You could also add “and the following day,” but Mister Micawber’s example is definitely the most common for this situation.

Hi,
I think we can also say “two days after tomorrow”, don’t you?
Cheers,
Morteza

Yes, you could say that, but it doesn’t fit the pattern used above: tomorrow, the day after, and the next…

Nice topic.