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    #1

    Post landed

    Someone wanted to borrow something, in response I said -

    I never landed a TV to anyone before.

    Is the above sentence grammatically correct? THANKS

    jKl


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    #2

    Re: landed

    The declension of the verb 'to lend' is
    I lend (Present tense)
    I lent (Past tense)
    I have lent (Present Perfect)
    I had lent (Past Perfect)

    The correct grammar for your sentence is:
    I have never lent a TV to anyone before.
    and colloquially
    I've never lent a TV to anyone before. - 'I've' is a contraction of 'I have'

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