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The difference between “after” and “later” can be confusing. The meanings are similar, but have a subtle difference.
After is a preposition, so it usually needs a word, usually an event, following it. For example: “I’ll go home after dinner.” “Two days after I went home, I got sick.” The event can come from another sentence too: “Will John come for dinner?” “No, he’ll be here after.”
Later is an adverb of time, so use it with time! For example: “I will do my homework later” means it will be done in the future. “I arrived in Tokyo. Two days later, I went to Kyoto.”
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