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    to change present to past tense?

    Hello, Teacher, are both sentence correct? In (2), can I say "are in October..."?


    1) I called Dr. John's office to book an appointment and his secretary informed me that his next earliest dates for booking an appointment were in October of this year.

    2) I called Dr. John's office to book an appointment and his secretary informed me that his next earliest dates for booking an appointment are in October of this year.

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    Re: to change present to past tense?

    Both are aceptable.

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