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Hi,

1)

“Whenever my dad made a suggestion, she’d attack him.”

Can I combine these two or does it have to be ‘she attacked him’?

2)

Can I ‘land a hockey stop’ or does it make no sense?

Thank you.

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Ann225“Whenever my dad made a suggestion, she’d attack him.”Can I combine these two or does it have to be ‘she attacked him’?

You can do it either way. 'would' ('d) is pretty common in a "whenever" statement, so I'd probably stick with that.

(I don't know anything about hockey and I've never heard that expression, so I can't help you on the second question.)

CJ

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Ann225Can I ‘land a hockey stop’ or does it make no sense?

Where did you hear that?

In a podcast. It probably doesn't make any sense. I'll stay clear of it, just in case.