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"After that event the years leading up to became something of a fog" Can someone tell me what's the underlined mean? Just know I'm not pretty sure if I heard it correctly. If anyone know how it should sound please tell me.
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the years leading up to it: the years preceding/before it (that event)

I think you missed and "it."
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As Marius suggested, with the 'it', it makes perfect sense.
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Marius Hancu the years leading up to it: the years preceding/before it (that event)
I think you missed and "it."
Thank you so much!
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