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    Since Twice??

    Hello .

    I have read this sentence in news site;"Since the structure has since been completely demolished"
    Is there something wrong with 'since', I mean the sentence seems awkard.

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    Re: Since Twice??

    Quote Originally Posted by zaed_salah View Post
    Hello .

    I have read this sentence in news site;"Since the structure has since been completely demolished"
    Is there something wrong with 'since', I mean the sentence seems awkard.
    The first 'since' is conjunction;the secod is time phrase for present perfect.
    Regards,
    rj1948.

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    Re: Since Twice??

    Here is the full paragraph :

    However, since the structure has since been completely demolished, the evidence might be elusive.

    I still did not get it.
    In my opinion it will be like this;' However, since the structure has been completely demolished, the evidence might be elusive.'

    is that correct??

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