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What are the subtle differences between the sentence #1 and #2
1. The post-war economy was strong and the late 40ís saw a boom in television production
2. The post-war economy was strong and in the late 40ís, there was a boom in television production
I know that the above two sentences are the same in meaning, but have no idea in what situations I should use them repectively. If you can give me some explanations with examples I would appreciate it. Thanks!
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Thanks for your prompt reply! Here are more sentences with the above mentioned structure,as follows:
#1: 2001 saw near-record job cuts in America.
There were near-record job cuts in America in 2001.
#2. The region has seen some of the fiercest fighting in the war.
In the war, some of the fiercest fighting occured in the region.
Please have a look! Thanks!