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    #1

    t's as if

    Which one is right: "It's as if you knew I was coming" or "It's as if you had known I was coming"? Is it the same as "It looks as if...."?

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    #2

    Re: t's as if

    They are both "correct," however there are small differences:

    "It's as if you knew I was coming" (present tense)


    or

    "It's as if you had known (all this time) I was coming" (past)

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    #3

    Re: t's as if

    Thanks, Susie! Very clear now!

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