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    St anger

    Dear teachers,
    Could you please help me which form would be better in the sentence:

    We had been travelling in complete silence for a while. I was really angry with this girl.

    OR
    We travelled in complete silence for a while. I was really angry with this girl.
    Thank you in advance


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    Re: St anger

    Quote Originally Posted by cat's_eyes View Post
    Dear teachers,
    Could you please help me which form would be better in the sentence:

    We had been travelling in complete silence for a while. I was really angry with this girl.

    OR
    We travelled in complete silence for a while. I was really angry with this girl.
    Thank you in advance
    Both are ok.

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