next day in a sentence

I should be back home the next day.

He said he would see me the next day.

They were leaving Japan the next day.

We were giving a concert the next day.

the next day the battery was flat again.

He will work one day and loaf the next day.

I bought a watch and I lost it the next day.

It should be decided in the next day or two.

He told me that he would start the next day.

He asked Nancy if she was free the next day.

CN I bought a camera, but I lost it the next day.

I asked him if he would go there the next day.

It was not until the next day that they found her.

She bought a handbag, but she lost it the next day.

the next day I came back, and I had a new waitress.

He told his mother that he would study the next day.

He said that their principal would go there the next day.

She asked Shinji to take Rei’s IDcard to her the next day.

She asked the doctor to come and see her son again the next day.

He said that he was busy then, but that he would be free the next day.

The special lecture was put off until the next day due to the bad weather.

He stayed in his hotel most of the next day, talking to friends and supporters.

All our pies are baked fresh during the night for your dining pleasure the next day.

The hitandrun driver, accompanied by his father, came and turned himself in the next day.

He parted from me saying that he would see me the next day, but I have not heard from him since.

He was out of shape when he took a long hike with his sons, and he was stiff and sore the next day.

Yelling at his boss at the annual Christmas party was a costly mistake.

In fact, he got fired the next day.

Yuki worked feverishly from the minute classes ended until well past midnight to get her presentation ready for the next day.

the next day at the newspaper office he drew a bun which contained a dachshund inside not a dachshund sausage, but a dachshund.

There is a noticeable lack of consistency in his work.

One day he does really well, and then the next day he can’t seem to get anything done.