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    She did me a favor to have left me. - Makes sense?

    My friend from Russia just got dumped by his girlfriend and says to me:

    "She did me a favor by leaving me."

    VS

    "She did me a favor to have left me."

    Are both in use?

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    Re: She did me a favor to have left me. - Makes sense?

    Only the first is natural.

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