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English Mini-Lesson “In thirty minutes” vs. “Thirty minutes later”

Over the years, I have noticed common errors made by non-native English speakers. For that reason, I would like to start adding blog posts to help my students (and hopefully attract new students to our face-to-face, group, and online classes!) English Mini Lesson: “in thirty minutes” vs. “thirty minutes later” “In thirty minutes” means thirty minutes in the future from NOW. Examples: It is 5:00 now. She will be here …Read More