How to Use the French Word le Lendemain

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The French word "le lendemain," which is pronounced, "la(n)d-ma(n)" means "the next day," "day after," or "future."

Examples

J'ai vu Luc jeudi, et il est parti le lendemain. - I saw Luc on Thursday, and he left the next day.

Le lendemain de la fête, il s'est cassé le bras. - The day after the party, he broke his arm.

Pensons au lendemain - Let's think about the future.

les lendemains - consequences

Les lendemains de cette décision ne seront pas jolis - The consequences of this decision won't be pretty.


Related: demain - tomorrow

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