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Thread: Had felt / Felt


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    Had felt / Felt

    Are these correct? If not, why?
    1. I wouldn't have called you if I had felt I had a choice.
    2. I wouldn't have called you if I had felt I have a choice. (If 'have' is incorrect here, why?)

    3. I wouldn't have called you if I had felt I had had a choice. (If this is wrong, why?)

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    Re: Had felt / Felt

    1. I wouldn't have called you if I had felt I had a choice.
    2. I wouldn't have called you if I had felt I have a choice.
    3. I wouldn't have called you if I had felt I had had a choice.


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    Re: Had felt / Felt

    1. I had felt I had a choice. (What's the point of past perfect here? Does this mean 'had felt' came first then 'had a choice' ? It doesn't really make sense?)

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