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    previously or in previous ?

    which one is correct use for the following sentence?

    They never pay the ocean freight previously / in previous. We shall not charge them this cost in future.


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    Re: previously or in previous ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    which one is correct use for the following sentence?

    They never pay the ocean freight previously / in previous. We shall not charge them this cost in future.
    Previously, that had not paid the ocean frieght.

    I would use the past perfect here and put "previously" at the beginning of the sentence.

    Or this is good too.

    They had not, previously, paid the ocean freight.
    Last edited by PROESL; 14-Sep-2009 at 17:58.

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