it was <lunchtime before> he could

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Afu

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Japanese
Bob had so many e-mails to respond to in the morning that it was lunchtime before he could get down to preparing for the presentation he had to give that evening.

Is this sentence grammatically correct ?
I think the part “lunch time before” is strange.

Thank you beforehand.
 
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