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    which one is correct? Do I need to keep the verbs all in the past? But LA is always located in California. It's not only located in California yesterday.

    yesterday, I went to LA. It is located in California. I had a good time there.
    yesterday, I went to LA. It was located in California. I had a good time there.

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    Default Re: located

    You're correct. Keep the events in the past.

    Ex: I went to L.A., (which is) in California, and I had a good time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    You're correct. Keep the events in the past.

    Ex: I went to L.A., (which is) in California, and I had a good time.

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    Just underlining what Casi said. LA's being in California isn't an event.

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