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  1. danusas
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    Exclamation dear tdol

    hi again,

    so you mean it will be grammaticlly correct if i say:

    Tom was a bad boy. His father had told him to tidy his room, but he hadn't had time, so he hadn't done anything.?????????????????????

    thank ya

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    Re: dear tdol

    It's OK. However, I prefer 'he didn't have time, so he didn't do anything' without more context.

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