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    Gilbert is offline Junior Member
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    Exclamation Then used as "after something"

    Hello everyone,
    I'm on the ropes, I wonder which one is correct:

    1) (the last year to see it (a song) regularly was XX, THEN IT could be heard only at (a concert...)

    2) ..., IT THEN could be heard only at (a concert...)

    Thanks a bundle.

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    mykwyner is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: Then used as "after something"

    They both sound OK to me. When I am writing and get stuck on an issue like this, I just switch to a different word or phrase like after that or subsequently

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