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    "once" plus which tense?

    Hi

    What tense is used after "once": present simple or simple past? E.g.

    "I once participated / have participated in the All-American Darts Championship".

    Thanks for any feedback.

    Nico

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    Re: "once" plus which tense?

    Quote Originally Posted by nico View Post
    Hi

    What tense is used after "once": present simple or simple past? E.g.

    "I once participated / have participated in the All-American Darts Championship".

    Thanks for any feedback.

    Nico
    "I once participated..." is correct.

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