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    Having started crawling recently, she can. .. -> As she started /has started crawing

    1. Having started crawling recently, she can explore a doorknob, a window molding, the dog's tail and a bright plastic toy.

    2. As she started crawling recently, she can explore a doorknob, a window molding, the dog's tail and a bright plastic toy.

    3. As she has started crawling recently, she can explore a doorknob, a window molding, the dog's tail and a bright plastic toy.


    I wonder which one is grammatical and make sense if we change the underlined phrase into a clause.
    Last edited by wotcha; 09-Sep-2013 at 10:23.

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    Re: Having started crawling recently, she can. .. -> As she started /has started craw

    They're OK.

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