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# We use perfect tense when the actions are performed at

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We use perfect tense when the actions are performed at different point of time

Several Teachers thought that Jimmy had cheated on the exam

--> shouldn;t just cheated work here

I think that ancient people believed in many Gods.

--> It also have two things think -- present and believd past... so shouldn't there be a usage of perfect tense, if I go by the definition of Perfect tense.

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We use perfect tense when the actions are performed at   [#permalink] 09 Jul 2009, 17:48
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