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    #1

    the day bofore and three days before

    "She said that he had left Venlo the day before."

    Is it obligatory to use Past Perfect in this sentence? Could I say

    "She said that he left Venlo the day before."
    Last edited by ostap77; 01-Oct-2010 at 09:57.

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    #2

    Re: the day bofore and three days before

    Either version is fine.

    Rover

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