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Verb Tense-S Ved or had Vpp...---He had already arrived when I arrived. 1. He had already arrived when I arrived. He arrived when I arrived. He already arrived when I arrived. 2. He was angry because he hadn't seen Mary. He was angry because he didn't see Mary. 3. He told me that he had seen the movie once. He told me that he saw the movie once. Are the sentences above all correct? Which should I choose?What's the difference between them?
Jan 28, 2016 2:45 PM
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What's the difference between them?
January 28, 2016
They are all correct, except "He already arrived when I arrived", which doesn't work because of the "already". Which you should choose depends on what you are trying to say.
January 28, 2016
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