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had had [#permalink] New post 13 Aug 2007, 07:33
which sentence is correct??

Historian argued that George Washington had wooden teeth.

Historian argued that George Washington had had wooden teeth.
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Both should be fine:

Direct : Historian argued, "George Washington had wooden teeth". (Past Tense)
Indirect : Historian argued that George Washington had wooden teeth.

Direct : Historian argued, "George Washington has had wooden teeth". (Present Perfect Tense)
Indirect : Historian argued that George Washington had had wooden teeth.

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