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    Default I've got another question..Sorry for the hassle !

    A kid wrote:


    One day, he dreamed that he was still alive when he was 130 years old. ( In his dream, he dreamt himself still living at the age of 130)

    Is the tense used above correct? Please assist, thanks very much! T_T

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    Default Re: I've got another question..Sorry for the hassle !

    Quote Originally Posted by Helped Wanted
    A kid wrote:


    One day, he dreamed that he was still alive when he was 130 years old. ( In his dream, he dreamt himself still living at the age of 130)

    Is the tense used above correct? Please assist, thanks very much! T_T
    Either spelling, 'dreamed' or dreamt' is OK.

    "One day, he dreamed he was 130 years old and still living."

    "In his dream, he dreamt himself still living at the age of 130." OK

    "On day, he dreamed he was 130 years old and still alive."

    :D

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    Many thanks for helping again, Casiopea! ^o^

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