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    correct verb

    1. What a surprise! You are still here. I thought I wouldn't see you again unless I fly/flew to Chile to see you.

    2. What a surprise! You are still here. I think I won't see you again unless I flyto Chile to see you.

    If sentence 1 or 2 correct? If sentence 1 is correct, which is the verb I should use, fly or flew?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: correct verb

    1 (flew)

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    Re: correct verb

    Thanks, Tdol.

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