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  1. B45
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    I've noticed you've changed the price of the room. I don't mind paying extra. Pleas

    I noticed you've changed the price of the room. I don't mind paying extra. Please get back to me as soon as you can.

    VS

    I've noticed you've changed the price of the room. I don't mind paying extra. Please get back to me as soon as you can.

    This event happened very recently, only one day a part.


    Are both useable and which would a native say?

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    Re: I've noticed you've changed the price of the room. I don't mind paying extra. P

    If that is the timeline, I would use the second -- the present perfect.

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    Re: I've noticed you've changed the price of the room. I don't mind paying extra. P

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman45 View Post
    I noticed you've changed the price of the room. I don't mind paying extra. Please get back to me as soon as you can.

    VS

    I've noticed you've changed the price of the room. I don't mind paying extra. Please get back to me as soon as you can.

    This event happened very recently, only one day a part.


    Are both useable and which would a native say?
    There is nothing wrong with simple past tense in both places, no matter how long ago the price change happened.

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