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    After

    I know the sentence below sounds terrible, but I think it's actually grammatically correct. Would you agree?

    "After the Opposition Division has already had to contend with numerous subsidiary requests, the Board of Appeal will have to asses a confusingly high number of subsidiary requests."

    I suppose a better-sounding option would be:

    "Now that the Opposition Division has had to contend with numerous siubsidiary requests, the Board of Appeal will too."

    Thanks.

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    Re: After

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    I suppose a better-sounding option would be:
    "Now that the Opposition Division has had to contend with numerous subsidiary requests, the Board of Appeal will, too."
    Much better! (But you need a comma before too.)

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