Re: recommendation from March
They mean two different things:
Originally Posted by navi tasan
1. It is not yet March. When March comes, I will start to follow your recommendation (we have no idea when that recommendation was made).
2. March is now in the past. Whatever month it is now, I am currently following a recommendation which you made in the previous March.
If your main sentence is "I am following your recommendation from March", then only sentence 2 has the same meaning.
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