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Despite the legal arguments of Robert and I, the zoning [#permalink]
28 Apr 2012, 19:14
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Despite the legal arguments of Robert and I, the zoning board approved the new housing project before it adjourned
A) Robert and I, the zoning board approved B) Robert and I, the zoning board had approved C) Robert and me, the zoning board approved D) Robert and me, the zoning board had approved E) Robert and me the zoning board approved
Re: Despite the legal arguments of [#permalink]
29 Apr 2012, 23:04
There is a discussion here about the use of "before", it's not an ABSOLUTE rule that having the word before deems past perfect unnecessary. However, Past perfect should be used if there is obvious relationship between the two past events.
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