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Sara
How to say "by then" in French when discussing the past? Bonjour, I'm writing a summary of a literary piece and would like to say that by the time something had occurred, it was already too late. WordReference says that it would be "d'ici là" but I don't think that's correct because such a term would be used to discuss an event in the future, not the past.
Oct 27, 2017 4:33 PM
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Could you give a few more details about the sentence you are trying to write, there're probably many different ways to say it and not just one fixed term.
October 27, 2017
Hi Sara.. I think you can use "depuis", "à l'époque" or "à partir de ce moment".. but it depends on the meaning of the sentence.. I hope I was useful :))
October 27, 2017
Sara
Language Skills
Arabic, Arabic (Egyptian), English, French, Japanese, Korean, Spanish
Learning Language
French, Japanese, Korean, Spanish