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    last week, Joe told me that he (will) or (would) go to yesterday’s meeting.
    what is the best choice?
    and the reason

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    Re: question

    Ahmedhomos, you have been asked more than once to give your threads helpful titles, and to begin sentences with capital letters.

    If you cannot make the effort to do these small things, I see no reason why we should make the effort to answer your questions

    Thread closed. if you wish to start a new thread, please give it a helpful title, and use capital letters correctly. Note that the word 'please' is commonly used in requests for assistance.
    Last edited by 5jj; 28-Apr-2013 at 19:41.

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