# When to read “その後” as “そのご”, “そのあと” or “そののち”?

I've recently been seeing あと as well as ご as Furigana on top of 後 in その後, but is there a difference in usage or meaning between the different readings?

Looking at the Yahoo thesaurus, it seems it can also be read as のち. When would this reading be used over the others?

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My impression based on experience (so somebody else might want to agree disagree): そのご　is the more formal/written Japanese than そのあと which is more likely to be used in conversation/relaxed (if still neutral) circumstances. I've not heard そののち before but looking at spaceALC it seems to used mainly in novels (which would be why I don't know it) but possibly its appropriate to a more literary style? –  Tim Sep 3 '12 at 5:21
I don't think I've ever seen そののち – but I have seen のち in things like 雨のち晴れ... –  Zhen Lin Sep 3 '12 at 8:58
そののち is often the reading in the Bible. Great question though, I've often wondered this as well. –  istrasci Sep 3 '12 at 15:12