Difference between BEFORE and AFTER in a Sentence

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Difference between BEFORE and AFTER in a sentence

Hi there. Welcome to Harry’s World of Words and Phrases and English in a Minute.

I want to talk to you about the use of BEFORE and AFTER. I actually used this as part of a lesson with a student earlier today.

And in addition with before we can say beforehand.

In addition with after – afterwards. Okay.

So before I made this video I was giving a lesson.

I prepared the video beforehand.

I prepared the dinner beforehand. So in advance.

After the lesson I made the video.

After the dinner I washed the dishes. After the event. Okay.

Afterwards I will prepare some notes.

Afterwards I will do a workout.

So after, afterwards, before, beforehand. Okay.

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