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which sentence is correct : (I'm writing about a graph)

• Flour consumption had a little drop in mid 30s before increasing again in 1940

• Flour consumption had a little drop in mid 30s before increased again in 1940

Also, what if I want to change "again" to "along with ..." ?

• Flour consumption had a little drop in mid 30s before ________ (increased/increasing) along with cereal consumption in 1940

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The first one is correct as you've written it.

However, you can make the second one correct with one extra word:

"Flour consumption had a little drop in mid 30s before it increased again in 1940."

(The pronoun "it" in this case stands in place of repeating the subject "flour consumption".)

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