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    Question thereafter

    I didn't see Mike thereafter.

    Is this grammatically correct? or should I use "afterward" in the above sentence?
    Please advise. Thanks.

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    Re: thereafter

    Quote Originally Posted by piggy386
    I had not seen Mike thereafter.

    Is this grammatically correct? or should I use "afterward" in the above sentence?
    Please advise. Thanks.
    Yes, it's fine. It means from then on. I'm assuming something was mentioned before so thereafter (adv) would refer to that particular moment/event in the past.

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