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A sentence is a set of words that is complete in itself, typically containing a subject and predicate.

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foggier in my head. The issue here is now the use of "after" and "before when" in one sentence, for instance in the following sentence: The ban was lifted only after two weeks from when it was put in …
asked Feb 20 '18 by Ana
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Hello dear forum members, The other day, as I was trying to formulate an acceptable sentence to express my frustration with someone about forcing me to leave the house for the train station … following sentence. I could've come a couple of minutes before the train leaves/left. (I am already at the train station, but it's still a long time before the train comes.) I've been trying to …
asked Feb 1 '18 by Ana