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What is the difference between following sentences : Eric

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What is the difference between following sentences :

Eric would rather that you not had gone to the conference with him yesterday.

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Eric would rather that you had not gone to the conference with him yesterday.

As per the book, both constructions are correct but it's not clear what is the difference between intended meaning of both.
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Re: GMAT Club Grammar book : Would rather that - Negation [#permalink] New post 17 Jun 2012, 17:57
I am almost positive that if you ever see that usage of "not had" on GMAT answer choices, it will not be the OA. I'm definitely curious about the meaning of that sentence as I haven't a clue. It is absolutely crucial to note that on the GMAT, both within the Quant and Verbal sections, a solid and deep understanding of fundamentals will lead you to a higher score than a shallow but broad understanding of a wide array of "advanced" topics. This is one of those advanced topics that just seems silly.
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