I have a task (for example - calculating costs of ... ) and I plan to complete it in some weeks (but I don't know exactly how much time is needed) and I have to report to my boss. What are the correct preposition and adjective?

  • The task will be completed in/during the next/coming/upcoming/following weeks.

Thanks in advance.


I would say:

The task will be completed in a few weeks

  • Hi @hubbledeepfield, that is another opportunity. I want to understand which adjectives are correct and which aren't.
    – user106369
    Jan 19 '20 at 15:18

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