While I was watching a video on YouTube, I heard this sentence:

Well, John, we'll see how it plays out and months to come.

The and months to come part sounds a little weird to me. Is it a correct usage? Does it mean in the next few months?

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Usually this is phrased as "...in the months to come," which means, in the next few months.

"...and months to come" sounds a bit weird to me, too. If the person said this in the video, and there was a caption, perhaps the caption was incorrect. Or perhaps the speaker simply misspoke.


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