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    robin lee is offline Member
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    we have shared

    Are these sentence correct?

    Today is my last day after working here for three years. I would like to thank each of you for the friendship we have made and the good times we have shared during this time.


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    Re: we have shared

    We don't generally say we make a friendship. You can write the friendship we've enjoyed or had.


    Other than that, it's fine.
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    Re: we have shared

    Thank you. I am going to change it to "had enjoyed" so I assume I have to change "have shared" to "had shared" too.


    I would like to thank each of you for the friendship we had enjoyed and the good times we had shared during this time.

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    Re: we have shared

    Quote Originally Posted by robin lee View Post
    I am going to change it to "had enjoyed" so I assume I have to change "have shared" to "had shared" too.


    I would like to thank each of you for the friendship we had enjoyed and the good times we had shared during this time.
    No! The present perfect is the right tense. I suggested that you write either the friendship we've enjoyed or the friendship we've had.
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