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    Correct Grammar Structure

    Folks, Am I correct in teaching that you can not say ," I have been there an hour ago " but you have to use the past simple structure of " I was there an hour ago " to comply with present perfect rules , comments appreciated , rookie teacher ,

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    Re: Correct Grammar Structure

    Quote Originally Posted by dominicholohan View Post
    Folks, Am I correct in teaching that you can not say ," I have been there an hour ago " but you have to use the past simple structure of " I was there an hour ago " to comply with present perfect rules , comments appreciated , rookie teacher ,
    Yes, that's correct.

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