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AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS

17 Feb

AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
:
AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
AFTER introduces a subordinate clause. It makes no sense by itself:

If you say to somebody:

After we left the cinema

that person is still waiting for you to finish the sentence. And to finish the sentence you need to

put an independent clause. So you will perhaps say:

After we left the cinema WE WENT FOR A MEAL

That’s the sentence complete.


AFTERWARDS
is an isolated adverb and doesn’t play a key part in grammar structure.

AFTERWARDS
refers to an already spoken or understood action:

We left the cinema. AFTERWARDS we went for a meal

AFTERWARDS has the same meaning as LATER or SUBSEQUENTLY or THEN

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AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS

17 Feb

AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
:
AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
AFTER introduces a subordinate clause. It makes no sense by itself:

If you say to somebody:

After we left the cinema

that person is still waiting for you to finish the sentence. And to finish the sentence you need to

put an independent clause. So you will perhaps say:

After we left the cinema WE WENT FOR A MEAL

That’s the sentence complete.


AFTERWARDS
is an isolated adverb and doesn’t play a key part in grammar structure.

AFTERWARDS
refers to an already spoken or understood action:

We left the cinema. AFTERWARDS we went for a meal

AFTERWARDS has the same meaning as LATER or SUBSEQUENTLY or THEN

AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS

17 Feb

AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
:
AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
AFTER introduces a subordinate clause. It makes no sense by itself:

If you say to somebody:

After we left the cinema

that person is still waiting for you to finish the sentence. And to finish the sentence you need to

put an independent clause. So you will perhaps say:

After we left the cinema WE WENT FOR A MEAL

That’s the sentence complete.


AFTERWARDS
is an isolated adverb and doesn’t play a key part in grammar structure.

AFTERWARDS
refers to an already spoken or understood action:

We left the cinema. AFTERWARDS we went for a meal

AFTERWARDS has the same meaning as LATER or SUBSEQUENTLY or THEN

AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS

17 Feb

AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
:
AFTER Vs AFTERWARDS
AFTER introduces a subordinate clause. It makes no sense by itself:

If you say to somebody:

After we left the cinema

that person is still waiting for you to finish the sentence. And to finish the sentence you need to

put an independent clause. So you will perhaps say:

After we left the cinema WE WENT FOR A MEAL

That’s the sentence complete.


AFTERWARDS
is an isolated adverb and doesn’t play a key part in grammar structure.

AFTERWARDS
refers to an already spoken or understood action:

We left the cinema. AFTERWARDS we went for a meal

AFTERWARDS has the same meaning as LATER or SUBSEQUENTLY or THEN

condone

16 Feb
con·done Listen to audio/kənˈdoʊn/ verb

con·dones; con·doned; con·don·ing

[+ obj] : to forgive or approve (something that is considered wrong) : to allow (something that is considered wrong) to continue
a government that has been accused of condoning racismoften used in negative statements We cannot condone [=excuse] that kind of behavior.

condone

16 Feb
con·done Listen to audio/kənˈdoʊn/ verb

con·dones; con·doned; con·don·ing

[+ obj] : to forgive or approve (something that is considered wrong) : to allow (something that is considered wrong) to continue
a government that has been accused of condoning racismoften used in negative statements We cannot condone [=excuse] that kind of behavior.

condone

16 Feb
con·done Listen to audio/kənˈdoʊn/ verb

con·dones; con·doned; con·don·ing

[+ obj] : to forgive or approve (something that is considered wrong) : to allow (something that is considered wrong) to continue
a government that has been accused of condoning racismoften used in negative statements We cannot condone [=excuse] that kind of behavior.