One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘I was living in Cairo then’
at that time, at that point, in those days
at that point in time, at that moment, on that occasion
2‘she won the first and then the second game’
next, after that, afterwards, subsequently, later
3‘I'm paid a generous salary, and then there's the money I make at the races’
in addition, also, besides, as well, additionally, on top of that, over and above that, moreover, furthermore, what's more, to boot
4‘well, if that's what he wants, then he should leave’
in that case, that being the case, that being so, under those circumstances, it follows that
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