Always look both (ways, you, cross, before) a road.
ways before you cross
He never played tennis again after he broke his leg.
After he broke his leg, he never played tennis again.
I will be in London next week. When I’m in London, I’m going to visit the British Museum.
When I get home this evening, I’m going to have a shower.
I can’t talk to you now. I’ll talk to you later when I have more time.
Please close the window before you go out.
Julia is going to live in our house while we are away on holiday.
I’ll wait here until you come back.
Always look both ways before you cross a road.
Were you surprised when you heard the news?