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A better way to say "I will go for the next one"

I missed a social outing once and I'm meaning to say that I'll be there for the next one. Is "I'll be there for the next one" good for this occasion.

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bulilia updated 22 December
Another way of saying you're going to visit an event the next time, the nearest in time one, instead of that one(s) you've missed, is: "I will make it up next time' or 'I'll attend the next/another one'. Interesting that we can use 'the next time' to refer to the past or to the future, but in informal situations, we can omit 'the'. This should mean you can use both options, with and without an article.
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