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    Exclamation Susiedqq I need your help

    Hi Susiedqq

    Thanks for your answer, and is this sentence correct too?:


    "The managers would come only 2 or three days a week. So the employees organised a meeting when the managers would be there."


    Thanks

    Help please?

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    Hello,

    can you tell me if the following is correct?:

    "The managers would come only 2 or three days a week. So the employees organised meetings when the managers would be there."

    "The managers would come only 2 or three days a week. So the employees organised a meeting when the managers would be there."


    Thanks


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    susiedqq
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    Re: Help please?

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    "The managers would come only 2 or three days a week. So the employees organised meetings when the managers would be there."

    Yes, the verb tense is the same. Another example:

    "The managers are there only 2 or three days a week. So the employees organize meetings when the managers are there."

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: Susiedqq I need your help

    Why don't you register so that you know when your question is answered? I have deleted your previous posting on this.

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