Re: To be used immediately after the bag is opened
ems, a British teacher, gave you a couple of 'immediately after' examples; her post was 'liked by an American writer and an American teacher. SoothingDave, an American who is interested in language, confirmed that 'immediately after/when' are fine in AmE. bhai, a British teacher said that 'immediately' without 'when' is fine in BrE, as did Michael Swan; riquecohen said that this was almost never used in AmE. The British bhai and the American SoothingDave said that 'immediately that' is not acceptable in either variety.
Originally Posted by JACEK1
So - what remains unsolved?
Last edited by 5jj; 04-Mar-2013 at 16:47.
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