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  1. wotcha's Avatar
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    #1

    'haven't' or 'didn't' ?

    1) I saw many movies last year, but I don't go to the cinemas this year.

    2) I saw many movies last year, but I didn't go to the cinemas this year.

    3) I saw many movies last year, but I haven't go to the cinemas this year.

    Which is grammatically correct and sounds natural?

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    #2

    Re: 'haven't' or 'didn't' ?

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1) I saw many movies last year, but I don't go to the cinemas this year.

    2) I saw many movies last year, but I didn't go to the cinemas this year.

    3) I saw many movies last year, but I haven't go to the cinemas this year.

    Which is grammatically correct and sounds natural?
    I would use this:
    "I saw a lot of films last year, but I haven't been to the cinema this year."

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