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    another event in Paris

    1) What happened here might be related to another event in Paris.
    2) What happened here might be related to a second event in Paris.

    3) What happened here might be related to another event that took place in Paris.

    4) What happened here might be related to a second event that took place in Paris.


    How many events were there in Paris?

    Do 'another/a second event in Paris' and 'another/ a second event that took place in Paris' imply that there was a first event in Paris?

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    Re: another event in Paris

    Another event means there was at least one previous event. A second event​ means that there was exactly one previous event.
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