She thanked him on a different occasion

She thanked him on some other opportunity…
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She thanked him in some other opportunity…

Or would you make it completely different?

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It’s not quite clear what you want to say. Maybe ‘She thanked him on a different occasion’?

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or: “She thanked him on several occasions” or “She thanked him many times.”

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She had to wait for some other opportunity to thank him.

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She thanked him in a different situation for which she deserved.

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I’m sorry Shanthi, but this doesn’t really make sense to me.

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why? she thanked her in various opportunity for which she deserved. It would make you sense.

…in various opportunities and thanked you ‘for which she deserved’? No, dear Shanthi, it still doesn’t make sense to me unless you could make it contextually clear. Please, give me more information, in order for me to say: “Yes, it does make sense.” Again, so far, your explanation still…you know…

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