next store vs next door :

next store or next door

‘Next door’ is used in giving directions or location to mean that one building is adjacent to another. For example, you might say that you live next door to your uncle, or that the post office is next door to the courthouse.

‘Next store’ sounds almost identical ‘next door’ when in speaking, but it’s just a way of talking about stores in order. For example: “We did a lot of shopping today. We started at Big Bazaar. The next store was Shoppers Stop, and after that we went to Lifestyle.”

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News & Articles

  • Northeast Credit Union on the move
    EXETER — Northeast Credit Union plans on moving to a larger space next door at the site of the former Gary Blake Motorcars at 84 Portsmouth Ave.
    June 14, 2013 - Exeter News-Letter
  • TD Garden will feel the Lovejoy
    The TD Garden is getting an eye-popping neighbor. The home of the Bruins and Celtics will soon have Lovejoy Wharf next door — a 2.1-acre waterfront parcel that is set to become Boston’s hottest new neighborhood, linking the North End, the West End and Charlestown. The condemned structure, purchased by the Related Beal company, about a year ago, will transform over the next 15 months to include a ...
    June 14, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • Criminal justice
    The shooter next door by Mike Gerrity John Moffatt never thought he would ever live so close to the man who shot him at a Lewistown high school almost 30 years ago. On Dec. 4, 1986, Kristofer Hans shot and killed Henrietta Smith, a teacher at Fergus High School, and wounded Moffatt.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
    June 13, 2013 - Missoula Independent