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    I'm trying to fill this
    they set off from an airfield in Newnfonland on 14 june 1919 and landed in Ireland three days later.......................... flown 3154 kilometres. What does it go in this blank? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vips View Post
    I'm trying to fill this
    they set off from an airfield in Newnfonland on 14 june 1919 and landed in Ireland three days later.......................... flown 3154 kilometres. What does it go in this blank? Thanks
    In such cases you use a Perfect -ing form to show that one thing happened before another in the past.
    They set off from an airfield in Newnfonland on 14 June 1919 and landed in Ireland three days later having flown 3154 kilometres.
    First, they flew 3154 kilometres, and then landed in Ireland.

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