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I was originally going to study history at college, but then I changed to English.

Originally I thought of majoring in history at college, but then I changed it to English.

Do both of the above sound right and mean about the same? If not, how would you revise them? Thanks.
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Yes, but I like the first better; and I would delete it in the second because its reference is unclear.
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AngliholicI was originally going to study history at college, but then I changed to English. Originally, I planned to study history at college, but changed ...


Originally I thought of majoring in history at college, but then I changed it to English. Fine with a comma after 'Originally' - Originally, I thought ....


Do both of the above sound right and mean about the same? If not, how would you revise them? Thanks.

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Mister MicawberYes, but I like the first better; and I would delete it in the second because its reference is unclear.

Thanks, Mister.
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