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Thread: Follows up?

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    Follows up?

    Hi,

    Can you say: if you have a late breakfast, you will have lunch later then it follows up.


    Meaning if u have a late breakfast late you will eat lunch later with 'follows up' i mean it like follows your routine.


    Any better word instead of follow up? Or is it makes sense in that context ?


    thanks
    Last edited by TheShadow; 13-May-2013 at 23:17.

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    Re: Follows up?

    I see no need for the follows up part. If you had a late breakfast, you will have a late lunch.

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