What's the difference in post fixing a てから and たら to a verb. For example:



They both mean "After going back, I will watch TV"


The -te kara form emphasises the order of the actions. "I won't watch TV now, I'll watch it after I get home". The -tara form answers the question "what will you do when you get home?" "I'll watch TV after I get home."

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