Can I use "after" instead of "in" in the following sentence?
She went to the supermarket ten minutes ago and will come back in half an hour.
Oct 12, 2016 7:05 AM
Answers · 2
Yes, you can use 'after' instead of 'in'. It's more typical to use 'in'.
October 13, 2016
'After' and 'in' ,in this sentence express two meanings. 'After' means it will cost more than half an hour for her to come back , however , ' in ' means it will cost less than half an hour for her to come back.