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Hi

Is it OK to say: He wanted to brush up his knowledge about teaching German.

You have to dry your hands when you washed them OR after having washed them. ---which is correct?

Thanks
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1-- A bit awkward. How about He wanted to brush up his German teaching.
2-- You have to dry your hands when you've washed them OR after having washed them. --Both of these are correct.
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2-- You have to dry your hands when you've washed them OR after having washed them. --Both of these are correct.

Can I just say: when you wash them OR after you wash them? Will they be fine?

Also: Is it alright to say: I need to FIX a few matters tomorrow.

Thanks
Yes, those are all OK.
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