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    Something inside a person is changed.

    Is it right?

    I felt a change in myself. Something inside me had been changed.

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    #2

    Re: Something inside a person is changed.

    Quote Originally Posted by honeyhoney View Post
    Is it right?

    I felt a change in myself. Something inside me had been changed.
    It's fine without "been". It's perfectly grammatical with it, but it doesn't sound natural.

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