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    #1

    'after months' 'months after'

    Hi
    I'd like to ask, how will be better:

    I drove a car well after 6 months I started driving.
    I drove a car well 6 months after I started driving.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: 'after months' 'months after'

    Quote Originally Posted by diver View Post
    Hi
    I'd like to ask, how will be better:

    I drove a car well after 6 months I started driving.
    I drove a car well 6 months after I started driving.

    Thanks.
    The second one is correct. The first one says (badly) that you started driving after 6 months.

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