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I wanted to ask my friend when he would come to downtown again. So I came up with

"When is the next time you come to downtown"

is this sentence grammatically correct? Should it be

"When is the next time you will/would come downtown"

since downtown can be used as adv.

  • In order from least to most relaxed: "When is the next time you will come downtown?", "When's the next time you'll come downtown?", "When's the next time you'll be downtown?" – Tyler M Jul 22 at 23:37
  • @TylerM Hi can you elaborate on what you meant by relaxed? – Joji Jul 25 at 17:37
  • Relaxed = Informal – Tyler M Jul 26 at 12:34
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The second sentence is more grammatically correct. If you're speaking in an informal manner, you can also contract you will into you'll to make it easier to say.

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