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    had/ 'd

    Hi, they've added had in this sentence but I can't find the 2 events that have happened in the past..



    I didn't realize that you'd gone so far with that girl.

    are there 2 events?
    Last edited by soundtrack12; 07-Apr-2017 at 08:48.

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    Re: had/ 'd

    Quote Originally Posted by soundtrack12 View Post
    Hi. , t They've added "had" in this the following sentence but I can't find the 2 two events that have happened in the past.

    I didn't realize that you'd gone so far with that girl.

    Are there 2 two events?
    Yes. Not realizing happened in the past, and going so far with that girl happened further back in the past.

    See corrections above. Always surround text that you're writing about in quotation marks or set it in italics. Spell out small numbers. Begin every sentence with a capital letter.
    Last edited by GoesStation; 09-Apr-2017 at 14:48. Reason: Following the advice I gave by using italics to mark text I'm discussing.
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