I have a question about this sentence.
"Thanks to the man who had packed Plumb's parachute during the war, Charles Plumb could survive."
Can I omit 'had' ?
If I can, is there any difference between two sectences( one with had, the other without had)?
Please let me know.
Last edited by ddablo; 08-Jul-2013 at 07:52.
It's from one of my English workbooks.
Why? Is there any problem with the sentence?
Last edited by ddablo; 08-Jul-2013 at 11:05.
Thanks for your answer.
By the way, what do you mean "during the war" is a bit odd?
Oh! I got it. I reallly appreciate your help!!