Re: To be used immediately after the bag is opened
NOT A TEACHER
Originally Posted by JACEK1
The fact that Swan or any other author of a grammar book don't mention "immediately after" structure doesn't mean that it is wrong to use it. If you Google "immediately after", it'll give you around 62 million hits--that's is not a number you can ignore even though it's only Googling.
I'm not a teacher, or a native English speaker. Feel free to edit my posts if you encounter any mistakes in them (be it grammatical or vocabular). It'll help me to improve my command of English.