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Did I write a correct sentence? I will be glad to get some estimation.

"All Norwegian trips had been sold out at the moment as I saw at your internet link."
I wanted to say in that phrase, that when I openned the internet link on the tourist firm's site, which some person sent me, all trips to the Norway were sold by that moment.

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Base language: English
Category: Language

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    You are almost there, but no, not quite.
    "as" & "at" cause me the most problem.
    "When I tried the internet link, I saw that all Norwegian trips were sold out."
    "When I tried the internet link, I saw that all Norwegian trips had been sold."
    "All Norwegian trips had already been sold by the time I tried your internet link."

    Using "link" seems a little strange, unless it was a link sent to you especially;

    "All Norwegian trips were been sold out when I saw website."
    "When I tried your website I saw that all Norwegian trips were sold out."
    "When I tried your website I saw that all Norwegian trips were already sold."

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