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anassara - Jan 10th 2011, 23:14
Due to the crisis, management has even cut back on toilet paper.
anassara - Jan 10th 2011, 23:14
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anassara - Jan 11th 2011, 07:48
Management has even cut back on toilet paper since the crisis.
Eldad - Sep 29th 2012, 13:47
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Eldad - Sep 29th 2012, 13:48
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Sentence #706763

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Management has even cut back on toilet paper since the crisis.

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qdii
Jan 10th 2011, 23:17
Hey.
"Due to the crisis" isn't totally the same as "desde que hay crisis" : the latter only implies that both events occured at the same time, when the former states that one is the outcome of the other.
¿Me explico? :)
anassara
Jan 11th 2011, 00:07
"desde que" would be translated into English as "since" which implies a certain cause and effect relationship between the two events. "Due to" can be a synonym for "since", and sounds more natural in the sentence. To guard a more direct translation you could say, "Management has even cut back on toilet paper since the crisis."
qdii
Jan 11th 2011, 00:29
Your remark makes perfect sense to me :)
If you consider both sentences equivalent, would you mind changing for the second one ? I'd then be able to link it with the French one :)

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