"Apres" without "que"

Emily

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28 February 2018

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"Apres" without "que"

Sorry, it appears the "more detail" part didn't post! I was wondering under what circumstances you could omit "que" and still use "apres." "Je me lave apres tu te leves" sounds wrong, or at least awkward, but what about "Tu te leves, et apres, je me lave?"

This relates to:
Après que + L'Indicatif = After + verb -

Chris

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28 February 2018

28/02/18

See my response to your previous post. -- Chris.

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