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    Flew

    If person said , " I flew in airplane."
    So, does this word " flew " mean long time ago or while ago that happened.

    Which one?
    Sorry , English isn't my first language.

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    Re: Flew

    Quote Originally Posted by edoedo1965 View Post
    If person said , " I flew in airplane."
    So, does this word " flew " mean long time ago or while ago that happened.
    It happened in the past. It doesn't say how long ago it happened.
    Which one?
    Sorry , English isn't my first language.
    Then you need to change your native (first) language in your profile. It currently says that your first language is American English.
    R.

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