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    Gone past

    Hi guys,

    Please check. "Time has gone past".

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    Re: Gone past

    Usually, "Time has passed".

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    Re: Gone past

    But how to use "Past"? I am confused.

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    Re: Gone past

    My sentence was in the past tense.

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