Are phrases correct?
They were arguing and before long they were fighting.
They were arguing and not long after they were fighting.
Are both the phrases correct?
Thanks in advance.
Re: Are phrases correct?
I see nothing wrong in either of them but I prefer the first one. However it seems to me that there might be a slight difference in meaning but I don't know how to explain it.
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