unfortunately / fortunately for somebody

slavipet

Senior Member
Bulgaria
Hi everyone,

I wonder if I can use this linking word as directly referring to a person, namely :" Unfortunately for him after our meeting he didn't win the next election but fortunately for everyone he didn't become president again"
Thanks for your help!

slavipet
 
  • suzi br

    Senior Member
    English / England
    Hi everyone,

    I wonder if I can use this linking word as directly referring to a person, namely :" Unfortunately for him after our meeting he didn't win the next election but fortunately for everyone he didn't become president again"
    Thanks for your help!

    slavipet
    I think it would make a better effect with the repetition to omit the words after our meeting.
     
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