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had different careers vs. used to have different careers.

Discussion in 'English Only' started by kaze_hikaru, May 4, 2013.

  1. kaze_hikaru Senior Member

    Korean
    This is a sentence I made:

    A. I heard Min had different careers.
    B. I heard Min had different a career.
    C. I heard Min used to have different careers.
    D. I heard Min used to have different a career.

    I think B=D, A=C.

    Is there specially different meaning?
     
    Last edited: May 4, 2013
  2. heypresto

    heypresto Senior Member

    South East England
    English - England
    You are right to say that B=D and A=C, but . . .

    A. I heard Min had different careers. :tick:
    B. I heard Min had different a career. :cross:
    C. I heard Min used to have different careers. :tick:
    D. I heard Min used to have different a career. :cross:

    E. I heard Min had a different career. :tick:
    F. I heard Min used to have a different career. :tick:
     

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