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    For when...

    Can someone tell me if this is correct?

    I have repaired the damages for when she took her anger out on the furniture.

    I know that "from" would sound better, but I want to know if that is still correct. You can say "I repaired the damages for her taking her anger out on the furniture", but I would like to know if the above sentence in itself is correct.

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    Re: For when...

    I wouldn't use 'for' and I would use 'damage' uncountably.


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