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    Talking I am looking forward to late August to come..?

    Hello everybody!!

    Could you please tell me if these sentences are correct!?
    Thank you very much for you kind help!! :)


    "Did I had (or HAVE?) to specify in my application that I would like to attend this course, or is a next step if the outcome will be positive?"

    "I am looking forward to late August to come"


    THANKSSSSSSS

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    Re: I am looking forward to late August to come..?

    Quote Originally Posted by felliot View Post


    "Did I have to specify in my application that I would like to attend this course, or is that a next step if the outcome will be is positive?"

    When you have did + a main verb, the main verb is not inflected, since did is already the past tense of 'do'.
    Do I have to? (present)
    Did I have to? (past)

    "I am looking forward to late August to come"I've already answered this elsewhere.
    R.

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    Re: I am looking forward to late August to come..?

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    R.
    Thank you very much Raymott!!! :)

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