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Entering #1 (permalink) Mon Jul 11, 2016 10:23 am   Entering
 

1a. Entering the room, she found him sleeping.
1b. When entering the room, she found him sleeping.
2a. Entering the room, she nailed the door closed.
2b. After entering the room, she nailed the door closed.
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Entering #2 (permalink) Mon Jul 11, 2016 14:04 pm   Entering
 

No correction necessarily but I do wonder why she would choose to lock herself in a room.
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