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    Difference Between The Following : 'I bought a TV' , 'I have bought a TV' ?

    Difference Between The Following : 'I bought a TV' , 'I have bought a TV' & ' I had bought a TV' ?

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    Re: Difference Between The Following : 'I bought a TV' , 'I have bought a TV' ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ragada View Post
    Difference Between The Following : 'I bought a TV' , 'I have bought a TV' & ' I had bought a TV' ?
    What do you think the difference is? (They are all possible in the right context)

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