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Thread: Decided


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    Decided

    Are these correct? If not, why? What do they mean?
    1. I decided I didn't want this anymore. (Past?)
    2. I decided I don't want this anymore. (You decided in the past and now you don't want it and it is still true?)

    Thanks.

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    Re: Decided

    They're correct, but in the first, if both are in the past, you might want to use 'that' or 'it'.

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