Unformatted text preview: found things to complain about. Once / Now that/ After (one thing following another) On / The moment / No sooner… than (one thing following another quickly) Until , by the time , at which point , by which timeOnce she had had her bath, she was feeling much better On phoningreception yet again, she was told that the repairman was on duty. She had no sooner swithced on the TV than there was a knock on the dooHe wrote and phoned for 3 months, at which point she lost patience. She finally contacted a solicitor, by which time the hotel had closed down Time Clauses ing clauses (after (ever) since, after, before, while, when, whilst ) Since reading this article, Colin has refused to eat red meat After waitingfor ages for a table, we decided to try another restaurant ing clauses are used to express a combination of time and reason Having passed my driving test, I thought I could hire a car...
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