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.