Either is good.1) If I saw someone at church who told me that he had stopped going to church, should I ask: "I thought you said you DIDN'T go to church anymore?" or "I thought you said you DON'T go to church anymore?"
Use has. She has not received the package. (Present tense.)2) On Monday, Julie told me she had not received the package. Then if I saw Mark the next day(the person who was supposed to send Julie the package), should I say: "Julie told me she HAD not received the package: or should I say: "Julie told me she HAS not received the package?"
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