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What are all the ways you can grammatically correct say: "In a few next months I'm not going to move to another city".

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    I can think of about 10 ways right now, and could probably come up with several hundred if I tried! Do you have a specfic problem with that sentence? The question is too broad, but you could re-write it to ask something specific – James K Nov 28 '18 at 9:27
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You can say:

In the next few months I am not going to move to another city

In the coming months I am not going to move to another city

In the short-future I am not going to move to another city

I do not intend to move in the near future

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    Or simply: I do not intend to move in the near future. – WS2 Nov 28 '18 at 9:32

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