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  1. B45
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    Which one is correct? Yesterday you said you would count the inventory today, so I w

    Which one is correct?

    Yesterday you said you would count the inventory today, so I was just asking you to do what you had promised.

    VS

    Yesterday you said you would count the inventory today, so I was just asking you to do what you promised.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: Which one is correct? Yesterday you said you would count the inventory today, so

    They both work for me.

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