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    A string of surprises ensued.....

    Dear all,

    I am not sure if I use the word correctly in this context,

    "A string of surprises ensued when XYZ do something...."


    Thank you,

    sampahmel

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    Re: A string of surprises ensued.....

    Quote Originally Posted by sampahmel View Post
    Dear all,

    I am not sure if I use the word correctly in this context,

    "A string of surprises ensued when XYZ do something...."


    Thank you,

    sampahmel
    A string of surprises ensued after XYZ (did something)


    "when" might be okay, but I think 'after' is better.

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