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    #1

    I had a headache vs. I have had a headache.

    Hi teachers,

    I had a headache earlier but I feel fine now.

    I have had a headache earlier but I feel fine now.

    Which one is better/correct?

    Thanks in advance

    Jupiter


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    #2

    Re: I had a headache vs. I have had a headache.

    Hi;
    I had a headache, but I feel OK now. So your headache is in the past now.
    Bye

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    Re: I had a headache vs. I have had a headache.

    I´ve been to these questions page recently...I remember the sentences ´cos I printed them and asked in class!;D

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