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    and once again) I think there is a mistake, Can it be What time had you woken up?

    What time have you woken up this mornig?

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    Re: and once again) I think there is a mistake, Can it be What time had you woken up?

    What time did you wake up this morning? is the natural question. The question is about a past-time event.

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    Re: and once again) I think there is a mistake, Can it be What time had you woken up?

    oh, I see, thanks a lot.

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    Re: and once again) I think there is a mistake, Can it be What time had you woken up?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chinara Javad View Post
    Oh, I see. Thanks a lot.
    Please note my corrections above. However, also please note that there is no need to write a new post to say "Thanks". Simply click on the "Thank" button in the bottom left-hand corner of any post you find helpful.
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