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    Question I had been to leh for last 2 years

    I stayed in Leh from 2009 to 2010. Is saying 'I had been to Leh for last 2 years' and 'I had been to Leh from 2009 to 2010' right?

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    Re: I had been to leh for last 2 years

    Quote Originally Posted by rajeshyadam48 View Post
    I stayed in Leh from 2009 to 2010. Is saying 'I had been to Leh for last 2 years' and 'I had been to Leh from 2009 to 2010' right?
    No. Use your original sentence.

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    Re: I had been to leh for last 2 years

    I agree- there's no reason to use the past perfect here.

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