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    A company official, who did not wished to be named

    A company official, who did not wished to be named, said the devices will be launched in India at the same time.

    Is above sentence is correct, I think "wish" should be used instead of "wished"?
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    Re: A company official, who did not wished to be named

    Quote Originally Posted by shibli.aftab View Post
    A company official, who did not wished to be named, said the devices will be launched in India at the same time.

    Is above sentence is correct, I think "wish" should be used instead of "wished"?
    Thanks
    Yes, it should be "wish".

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