How to use the word ' Afterwards' ? I am very confused about what should 'afterwards' should be located in the sentence?
Nov 22, 2016 4:03 PM
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The most normal positions for afterward(s) are: initial position and final position: 1) Afterwards, we went to the cinema. 2) I suffered the consequences of that for years afterwards. Usually "afterward(s)" is used to say that something happens after something else that has already been mentioned.
November 22, 2016
Do you have a context or something specific you are trying to say? Here are some examples with afterwards in different places: - We went to the cinema last week. Afterwards we had coffee in the cafe next door. - My next class is maths, then afterwards I have literature. - I don't want to do the ironing now. I'll eat dinner first and do the ironing afterwards.
November 22, 2016
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