You entered a room of 34 people. A shooter then enters killing 30. How many people are left in the room?

 

What does ". A shooter then enters killing 30" mean then? Doesn't it mean that the shooter first of all killed 30 people and then entered that room? 

 

 

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@Toaha posted:

You entered a room of 34 people. A shooter then enters killing 30. How many people are left in the room?

What does ". A shooter then enters killing 30" mean then? Doesn't it mean that the shooter first of all killed 30 people and then entered that room?

No, Toaha, it means that the entering happened and then the killing.

Why didn't they write like this: A shooter then enters and kills 30 ?

If I write it like this: A shooter then enters, killing 30, then what it means?

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