Hello, could anyone please help me with these sentences? Are they both correct or both wrong?
He lived in London since he had left Cambridge.
He had lived in London since he had left Cambridge.
Thank you for your help!!
Hello Harry Smith and thank you very much!
Please tell me, is there a way I could make one correct sentence using "since he had left"?
So, if I get you , the only solution is "since he left" + "he has lived" or "he has been living".
But what about reported speech?
John said :' I have lived in London since I left Cambridge.'
Would the correct form be:
'He said that he had lived in London since he left Cambridge.' ?
Oh, how interesting! Thank you very much Harry Smith!