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    Lightbulb Debate sentences

    I found this gathering of words here below, what do you think to it, is this correct anyway?

    ''...then she had watched a video after the children went to bed.'' Is this correct ? Can at first ''then'' indicate another past situation?
    Last edited by MatrixJohn; 29-Feb-2012 at 19:23.

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    Re: Debate sentences

    Could you give the full context in future, please. It's hard to comment without it. However, depending on what came before, it could be perfectly correct- we can use then to sequence things in the past.

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