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    I passed my degree in 2001
    I have passed my degree in 2001
    In my opinion first one is correcet but here one Grammer book says second one is correcet. Actually which one is correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    I passed my degree in 2001
    I have passed my degree in 2001
    In my opinion first one is correct but here one Grammar book says second one is correct. Actually which one is correct
    The first one is correct, the second one is not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    I passed my degree in 2001
    I have passed my degree in 2001
    In my opinion the first one is correcet but here one Grammer book says the second one is correcet. Actually which one is correct?
    Which grammar book is that? It sounds to me as if it needs to be thrown away.

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    What reason does it give for the second sentence?

    I agree with the others that the first is correct, but I am curious about the grammar book's reasoning for saying this.

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