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Old August 20, 2009, 09:05 AM
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By that time/at that time

Hi everyone,

I just signed up here and have already found these forums extremely helpful. I just have a quick question that can probably be answered quite quickly by someone here:

How do you say "at that time?" As in, "At that time, I hadn't yet known the answer."

Also, how do you say "by that time?" As in, "By that time, I had already completed the task."

Any info. would be greatly appreciated; thanks so much!
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