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    #1

    When you didn't

    Hi guys,

    Please check,

    "I didn't see you on that day"

    "When did you didn't see me". Is my sentence correct?

    I an confused as to how to ask this question. As far as I know past verbs cannot be used in one sentence twice. Should I say "When didn't you see me".

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    Re: When you didn't

    When didn't you see me?
    When did you not see me?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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