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    plural with the passive voice

    1)"She was told five times."


    2)"She had been told five times."

    I realize that there is no context here. But can I use the past perfect with "several times" etc.? Or there is no difference between 1) and 2) in this case?

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    Re: plural with the passive voice

    Yes. What made you think you couldn't?

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