LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||09/SET/2009 11:58 PM|
PP, I agree with most but not all.
-The minute she came home, the rain started.
-It rained the instant she arrived home.
-As soon as she arrived home it started to rain.
-The moment she got home it started raining.
-As soon as she got home, it started to rain.
-She had no sooner left the house (come home) than it began to rain.
-It started raining as soon she arrived home.
-She had just time to open the door of her house before the rain started.
-He barely had time to arrive home, when it rained.
-The rain came just before/after Fran had reached home.
-She had just got home, when the rain began.
-The rain began right after she arrived home.
-When she just happened to get home, the rain started.
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