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    I had upset you

    Hi,
    Please tell me if I use "wish" in the context correctly.
    "I am sorry you didn't tell me that I had upset you."
    => I wish you had told me that I had upset you.
    I wonder if I need to change something in the clause "that I had upset you" or I just keep it as it is in the original sentence.
    Thanks.

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    Re: I had upset you

    Quote Originally Posted by mylevt View Post
    Hi,
    Please tell me if I use "wish" in the context correctly.
    "I am sorry you didn't tell me that I had upset you."
    => I wish you had told me that I had upset you.
    I wonder if I need to change something in the clause "that I had upset you" or I just keep it as it is in the original sentence.
    Thanks.

    (not a professional teacher). It looks and sounds fine to me.

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