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in advance, ahead of, earlier ?

     
     

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Please keep me informed two days in advance.

Please keep me informed two days ahead of time.

Please keep me informed two days earlier.

Which one sounds more natural ?  Or more appropriate to use.

 

   
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RonBee

( English expert )

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I would say Please tell me two days ahead of time. The phrase keep me informed suggests an ongoing type of thing.

 

   

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MikeinNewYork

( English expert )

  I agree with Ron's comment.
     
     
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tdol

( English expert )

  It could only work if the person expected to be updated on a regular basis two days before a certain date
     
 
 
 

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