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  1. Anita 999
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    Question confusing

    Hi,

    Is that sentence correct:




    Itís so Ironic, last week she was in the Amsterdam 'when' I was in Utrecht and next week, after Iím back to the Amsterdam ,she 'could be in' Utrecht.





    What happened is, my friend went to Amsterdam when I was in Utrecht and after I came back to Amsterda, she said she might go to Utrecht!


    Shall I replace when with while or something else....Shall I replace 'could be in'



    Many thanks

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: confusing

    What about?

    Last week, she was in the Amsterdam and I was in Utrecht, and when I got back to Amsterdam, she said she might go to Utrecht.

    Welcome.

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