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  1. B45
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    My friends did the same thing and bought properties in Chino Hills but eventually sol

    What's the difference here:

    My friends have done the same thing and bought properties in Chino Hills but eventually sold it.

    VS

    My friends did the same thing and bought properties in Chino Hills but eventually sold it.

    Are both okay and mean the same thing?

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    Re: My friends did the same thing and bought properties in Chino Hills but eventually

    Firstly, you need to say "sold them" not "sold it".
    The difference is that the present perfect implies some connection of those past actions (buy, sell) to the present, such as if the selling occurred quite recently.

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