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  1. Newbie
    Interested in Language
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      • Native Language:
      • Latvian, Lettish
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      • Latvia
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    Could you please tell me if I use "afterwards" correctly and if the second option with "after it" is also correct.

    Many students are interested in the course but say afterwards it was too difficult.

    Or is it better to say ...

    ....but after it say, that it was too difficult.



  2. Raymott's Avatar
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      • Australia
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    Re: afterwards

    "Many students do the course, but afterwards they say that it was too difficult."
    "Many students do the course, but say afterwards that it was too difficult."
    Forget "after it" in this case.


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