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    after or later?

    I want to do a game with chlidren in which one of them takes a card (a secret one) with a month and the others have to guess which month he/she has chosen. The children say one month and the child with the card gives them a clue. I want him/her to say a short answer: "It's before" (before the month the children said) or "It's after" or "It's later" (the month they said). Can you tell me if the right answer is "after" or "later"? Thank you.

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    Re: after or later?

    You can use either "Before/After" or "Earlier/Later" but I wouldn't combine "Before" with "Later".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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