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03-14-2011, 03:20 AM
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Dreakmur
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Originally Posted by ReenMachine View Post
I have an english test tommorow ( in quebec so it's a 2nd language test which should be a walk in the park )

wish me good luck anyway

been a while since I passed a test ( like 7 years )


edit: one question , suppose in my last sentence I said:

been a while since I passed a test
been a while since I pass a test
been a while since I didn't took a test
been a while since I took a test
been a while since I didn't take a test

which of these sentences are correct , and which are wrong?

when you say ''didn't'' and you follow with a verb , do you put the second verb in pastense or present?

didn't took or didn't take?
As sentences, they are all wrong.... as phrases, 1, 4, and 5 are grammatically correct.

Second verb goes in present tense. "didn't take" is correct

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