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    ten minutes late

    Is the underlined part idiomatic? Thank you!
    "Peter's injuries were severe and he bled too much." "Yes, ten minutes late and he would have died"

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    Re: ten minutes late

    Quote Originally Posted by wqh2 View Post
    Is the underlined part idiomatic? Thank you!
    "Peter's injuries were severe and he bled too much." "Yes, ten minutes late and he would have died"
    I would change "late"to "later".

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    Re: ten minutes late

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    I would change "late"to "later".
    Or use more.

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