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    whenever in past tense

    how to use "whenever" in past tense

    whenever i tested , i got failures----this sentence is correct,is not it?


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    Re: whenever in past tense

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    how to use "whenever" in past tense

    Whenever I tested, I got failures.----this sentence is correct, is it not [it]?
    Yes, it's correct, Unreg.


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    Re: whenever in past tense

    Whenever I took the test, I always failed.
    Whenever she walked into a room, my heart would skip a beat.
    He said I could ask for his help whenever I needed it.

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