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    The training course went very well in the end. It's just as well we didn't cancel it.

    Hello, I have a sentence from a test: The training course went very well in the end. It's just as well we ... (not / cancel) it. This one is correct according to the answer key: The training course went very well in the end. It's just as well we didn't cancel it. Is the below sentence also possible? If so, what would be the difference? The training course went very well in the end. It's just as well we hadn't cancelled it.

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    Re: The training course went very well in the end. It's just as well we didn't cancel

    They are both correct and mean the same.

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