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"To go" modifies "the next" in this case, right(・・?)
In my Japanese dictionary, it says "to go" comes after a noun to indicate "something that is remaining, something that will finish."

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“Next “ doesn’t have “noun “😅
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​‎https://youtu.be/ZvWdGVZ9a1c 14:29

"To go" modifies "the next" in this case, right(・・?)
In my Japanese dictionary, it says "to go" comes after a noun to indicate "something that is remaining, something that will finish."
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