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    Having experimented

    1. Preparedby last year's experience, the coach knows not to expect too much.
    2. Having experimentedwith several game plans, the coaching staff devised a master strategy.
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    a. Can I rewrite the above number 1 & 2 sentences as :

    1. Having preparedby last year's experience, the coach knows not to expect too much.

    2. Experimented with several game plans, the coaching staff devised a master strategy.

    b. What are differences in meanings?



    Thank you.






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    Re: Having experimented

    No you can't do that. "Prepared" here means "Being prepared". And you can't change "having" to "being".

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