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Message from mohammad51 posted on 17-09-2022 at 13:43:07 (D | E | F)
Please guide me with this sentence
The correct answer is as marked by the page (A) ?
Now I really wish...
a. I hadn't chosen that course. ✔️
b. I wouldn't choose that course.
c. I didn't choose that course.
I astonished how using ( Now ) and followed it by a past perfect
I know it conveys ( regret ) about past events
Does it really mean (He feels now regretted about that course he had not chosen in the past ) OR how ?
Is it correct to use ( Now ) at the beginning of a sentence carrying regret about past events ?
Re: Wishes or regret /help from gerold, posted on 17-09-2022 at 19:04:15 (D | E)
"Now" is not followed by a past perfect verb. It is linked to "wish", a present tense verb used to express present regrets about events which happened or not in the past.
Does it really mean (
Re: Wishes or regret /help from gerold, posted on 18-09-2022 at 11:38:45 (D | E)
Sorry, my mistake:
he now regrets his decision
Edited by gerold on 18-09-2022 18:50
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