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Old August 11, 2012, 07:01 AM
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Question Para entonces vs. por entonces

I have a vague idea that "para entonces" signifies a future deadline, while "por entonces" signifies something that happened in a past time.

Please check to see that my understanding is correct. Some examples of each phrase in sentences for me would be helpful!
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