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Which of the following is, or are, correct to say?

  1. How long is the tomorrow meeting expected to last?
  2. How long is the meeting tomorrow expected to last?

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The second way is correct:

How long is the meeting tomorrow expected to last?

Alternatively: How long is tomorrow's meeting expected to last?

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The second, or "how long is the meeting going to last tomorrow?"

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