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For years to come vs for the coming years

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Created Date: Wed 30 Nov 2011

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What is the difference between 'for years to come' and 'for the coming years'?

 

Answer:
Both are correct in grammar. However, there is one difference:
> 'For years to come' sounds like a very long time to me.
> 'For the coming years' suggests only a few years.

For example: Sale Managers should expect this trend to continue for years to come => This trend will continue for many years.


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