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    having poured the contents..

    Does the following sentence sound correct? I think it is grammatically correct.

    Having poured the contents of the jar into the saucepan, then add water.

    or I think I can express as follows.

    After you have poured the contents of the jar into the saucepan, then add water.

    In conclusion, I think both are correct. What do you think

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    Re: having poured the contents..

    Quote Originally Posted by bosun View Post
    Does the following sentence sound correct? I think it is grammatically correct.

    Having poured the contents of the jar into the saucepan, then add water.

    or I think I can express as follows.

    After you have poured the contents of the jar into the saucepan, then add water.

    In conclusion, I think both are correct. What do you think
    Delete the 'then' in the first, and possibly the second, and they're grammatical. But you won't see instructions written that way.

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